About this room

The Smith & Pepper Tearoom has a delightful adjoining courtyard for visitors to enjoy.

The tearoom was once a jewellery factory called T.L. Mott and produced butterfly wing jewellery.

If you would like to do something creative and unique for your party or hen do our Crafternoon Tea package includes an all-day jewellery or craft workshop making an item of your choice with a local designer, accompanied by afternoon tea.


Capacity

Standing

Standing

up to 20

Dining

Dining

up to 15

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 15

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 15

U-Shaped

U-Shaped

up to 15


Starting prices

Package Per Person - Just pay a fixed price per person

M T W T F S S

10:30 - 16:00

from £70 Per session

*All guide prices are inclusive of VAT

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Catering

In-house catering

Allows external catering

Approved caterers only

BYO alcohol allowed

Can provide alcohol

Kitchen facilities available

Can provide halal

Can provide kosher

Complimentary water

Extensive vegan menu

Extensive gluten-free menu

Complimentary tea and coffee

Buyout fee for external catering


Room features

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi

Air conditioning Air conditioning

Natural light Natural light

Disabled access Disabled access

Projector

Flatscreen TV

Whiteboard

Flipchart

Audiovisual (AV) equipment

Conference call facilities

Storage space

Accommodation available

Parking available


Venue welcomes

Ticketed events

Own music equipment /DJ


The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter is a Grade II listed building and a unique time capsule based around the original workshops and offices of Smith & Pepper, a traditional Birmingham jewelry manufacturing firm.

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 jewelry 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.


Other rooms and event packages at this venue

from £1000
hire fee / per day
Gallery, Tearoom & Courtyard
Seating capacity 60
Standing capacity 100

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