Crafternoon Tea at Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter

Crafternoon Tea at Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter: Image 1 Museum of the Jewellery Quarter has a unique offer for hen parties.

Situated in the centre of Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter the museum was once the Smith and Pepper jewellery factory, which has been perfectly preserved as a time capsule since the factory closed.

For a creative hen do the Crafternoon Tea package includes an all-day jewellery or craft workshop making an item with a local designer, accompanied by afternoon tea. It's a chance to learn new skills in a historical setting with an expert designer.

There are two workshops to choose from, the Silver Jewellery Workshop allows parties to make either a ring, earrings, a pendant or bangle. In the second workshop option guests can make a beautiful floral crown suitable for a special occasion (like your big day?).

The workshops use traditional tools and workbenches allowing you to emulate the jewellers of the past in this historic setting. As part of the package you will also enjoy a traditional afternoon tea.

Check out www.birminghammuseums.org.uk/jewellery/venue-hire/venue-hire/crafternoon-tea

 
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