If you are a Jewellery Quarter based business, you are entitled to a free listing! Once the listing is live, you’ll then be able to claim it so you can mange and update it yourself. That means you can add your own special offers, latest activities, and business updates. Naturally, we will need to approve your content for quality control purposes. To submit your information, either answer the questionnaire and send us an email or simply fill in the webform by clicking the button below. Once your listing is live, we’ll then contact you with your login details.
Discover the Jewellery Quarter is a JQBID initiative that showcases the incredibly unique businesses and attractions that make up this famous and historic area of Birmingham. If you are looking for things to do in the Jewellery Quarter, then search no more – you’ve come to the right place. On the site, explore dozens of jewellery shops, classic pubs & quirky bars, and many of the fascinating museums and attractions. Browse the hairdressers and beauty salons – and whet your appetite by choosing from one of our many restaurants – from fine dining to street food.
The Jewellery Quarter is a trendy urban village, sitting on the edge Britain’s second city. Use Discover JQ to start planning your visit today.
Over the last few years we have supported countless businesses, destinations and the community. We want to help this amazing county and help it grow. There are so many amazing people within Worcestershire all with their own stories and we want to make them heard.
You’ll be spoilt for choice with the many thing you can do in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Home to Europe’s largest collection of businesses involved in the gold and jewellery trade, around 40% of all the jewellery made in the United Kingdom is made here. It’s also the location of the world’s largest Assay Office, which hallmarks around 12 million objects every year. The area has also had a significant role in the development of industrial technology and jewellery innovation with both James Watt and Matthew Boulton two its most famous residents. The Jewellery Quarter still retains its wonderful heritage but has also become a centre for creative businesses and has, over the past decade, attracted substantial amounts of private investment.
Today, the Jewellery Quarter is a vibrant centre with a young and enthusiastic residential population. The area has some of the finest pubs and bars in the city and a fine collection of superb restaurants catering to every taste from Japanese street food to classic English fish and chips. Over the past decade apartments and townhouses have sprung up in converted buildings or on land that has become derelict, with Festivals and weekly events tailored to the thousands of young professionals that now live in the Quarter. A centre for creativity, the Jewellery Quarter is the home of Birmingham’s makers and creators and is a buzzing hive of activity every day of the week.