Lots to see and the guided tour through the original factory very informative.The family who owned the factory seem to come to life and you can imagine them working at their respective stations as you walk round. There is also a chance to see an exhibition of jewellery from different parts of the world, which is included in the price and can be done at the end / beginning of the tour. Not really geared at children,however still worth a visit. A nice coffee shop in the building so you don't have to walk far for a brew! You do have the option to buy some lovely pieces of jewellery & the great thing is, there is no annoying sales person forcing their wares on you.Great to have a browse in peace and the staff are on hand if you need help.I took some friends from Scotland,who were amazed that such places of interest exist in Bham.
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