Learning and resources

Learning at Home

Workshop of the World Activities

A set of activities and fun challenges inspired by themes of the Jewellery Quarter, to help your child to engage with heritage in hands-on and creative ways. They have been designed for children aged 5 – 11 (Key Stages 1 & 2) and cover a range of activity types including writing, drawing and designing, making and maths challenges.

Learning at Home

Colouring Sheets

Get creative with five different colouring sheets and four pop-up cards showing some of our favourite Jewellery Quarter buildings and locations! All resources are downloadable, or can be sent out as a pack.

Jewellery Quarter

Pavement Trails

Explore the hidden histories of the Jewellery Quarter with two fantastic pavement trails. The Charm Bracelet Trail starts at the bottom of Newhall Hill (look out for the heart shaped charm!) and takes you on a visual journey around the heart of the Jewellery Quarter.  The Findings Trail celebrates the varied achievements and stories of JQ residents and workers, starting on Newhall Street.

JQ Cemeteries

Nature Detectives Activity Pack

Spot plants and animals in the cemeteries, your garden or any green space you visit while you are on your allowed daily walk. Don’t forget to stay at least 2 metres from people who aren’t in your household that you see while walking. Share with us @JQCemeteries on social media.

Visiting the Jewellery Quarter

Schools, colleges & university groups

We offer free guided tours of the JQTH area for primary and secondary schools. We also offer bespoke workshops and tours of the Jewellery Quarter for college and university groups

*Please note we are currently not running any public events or activities in response to the COVID 19 situation.

Historic Buildings

Maintenance Matters

Inspection, maintenance and repair carried out on a regular basis will safeguard the condition of a building, and avoid the development of major faults that are likely to be expensive to remedy.