Getting Here

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Travel Information

How to get to Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter

On foot:
From City Centre – (15 minutes)
New Street – Bennetts Hill – Newhall Street – Graham Street – Frederick Street.
or: St Phillips churchyard – Church Street – cross bridge into Ludgate Hill/St Paul’s Square.

By Car:
M6 Junction 6 take A.38(M), second slip road signed A4540. Follow brown signs to Jewellery Quarter on A.4540 ring road and take either Junction 8 (Warstone Lane) or Junction 7 (Spring Hill). Jewellery Quarter is also signed from City Centre Queensway Junctions at St Chad’s and Paradise Circus .
Car parking: There is a public car park in Vyse Street and a limited number of on street Pay & Display bays, plus some Disabled Bays. Warning: Traffic Wardens very active in this area.

By Bus:
From City Centre:
Bus No. 101 (Colmore Row) to Chamberlain Clock in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter.
Bus No. 74 or 75 from Priory Queensway to Vyse Street.
(Inner Circle Bus No. 8 and 8c) to Chamberlain Clock.
www.traveline.org.uk
Traveline: 0871 200 22 339

By Tram/Train:
The Jewellery Quarter Station is situated in Vyse Street in the heart of the area.
It is served by London Midland and the Midland Metro tram.
London Midland run direct to the Jewellery Quarter from Birmingham Snow Hill and Birmingham Moor Street.
Midland Metro trams also run from Birmingham Snow Hill and Wolverhampton.

www.londonmidland.com
www.travelmetro.co.uk
www.visitbirmingham.com

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