National Rail station and West Midlands Metro stop
The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter is built around a perfectly preserved jewellery workshop which closed in 1981.
Demonstrations of traditional skills. Two galleries cover the history and development of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter and display
jewellery made from natural materials from around the world. Admission to the workshop is by guided tours (booking recommended but not essential).
Open closed, see website.
Established in 1881, JW Evans is one of the most complete surviving historic factories in Birmingham's
Jewellery Quarter. Admission is by pre-booked tours only, see website for details.
Open pre-booked tours only, see website.
JW Evans Silver Factory is 1 mile from Birmingham city centre stations.
Located in a former pen factory, the museum tells the story of Birmingham's 19th century steel pen trade.
Open TWThFS 1100-1600, Sun 1200-1600.
The Pen Museum is 1 mile from Birmingham city centre stations.