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The shelves and workbenches at the Newman Brothers factory are full of original stock and tools of the trade. With the original machinery working again, you can experience how this old Jewellery Quarter firm once operated on a day-to-day basis, producing some of the world’s finest coffin furniture, including the fittings for the funerals of Joseph Chamberlain, Winston Churchill and the Queen Mother. Travel back in time to experience how the factory operated during its heyday, the characters who formed the business and the working methods they used.

Alternative name:

en Coffin Works

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Newman Brothers at the Coffin Works
13-15 Fleet Street
Jewellery Quarter
B3 1JP Birmingham

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology Science & Technology

Topics

Local Industrial heritage

Visitor information

Opening hours

Admission to the museum is by guided tours only Wednesday to Sunday at 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

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Admission

0 - 4 Free
5 - 16 £4.50
Adults £7.50
Reduced £6.50
Family A £12.50
Family B £20.00

Notes

Family A ticket: 1 adult + up to 3 children
Family B ticket: 2 adults + up to 3 children

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Facilities


  • Museum shop

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Child friendly

  • Credit card

Location

13-15 Fleet Street, Birmingham, England

Exhibitions

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Newman Brothers Trade Show Stand
04Nov

Newman Brothers Trade Show Stand

Wonderful new exhibition based on images of 'House of Newman' stands at NAFD annual trade shows, where the Newman Brothers could display their latest coffin furniture designs to funeral directors. Thi...

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