The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter has given no indication as to when they plan to re-open, although two other museums in the J.Q. are hoping to re-open in June and July respectively!
The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter is built around a perfectly preserved jewellery workshop offering a unique glimpse of working life in Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter.
When the proprietors of the Smith & Pepper jewellery manufacturing firm retired in 1981 they simply ceased trading and locked the door, unaware they would be leaving a time capsule for future generations.
Today the factory is a remarkable museum, which tells the story of the Jewellery Quarter and Birmingham’s renowned jewellery and metalworking heritage.
Explore this extraordinary time capsule on a lively guided tour. Watch live demonstrations at the jewellers’ bench of the traditional skills of this fine trade, and discover what it was like to work here.
The museum also contains two self-led galleries – ‘Story of the Jewellery Quarter’ which explores the history and development of the Jewellery Quarter and ‘Earth’s Riches’ which displays jewellery made from natural materials from across the world.
Admission price includes a guided tour of the Smith & Pepper factory and self-led access to two galleries; Story of the Jewellery Quarter and Earth’s Riches.
Please contact the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter for further details