Named after the church that sits in its centre, St Paul’s Square is a famous attraction in the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter.

Did you know?
St Paul’s Square is the only Georgian Square that remains in Birmingham.

The Square was built between 1777 and 1779, on the Newhall estate when the Colmore family were residents of the Jacobean house.
During the mid-eighteenth century, this spot was the most desired location of the time.
Although coming to the end of the eighteenth century, St Paul’s Square became a habitat for workshops and factories, the fronts of many buildings being pulled down to enable shops fronts and factories entrances.

Now, the Square’s circumference is lined with cafes, bars and restaurants, and many apartment schemes are being worked on in the area.

Did you know?
St Paul’s Square was nominated by The Independent to be in the Top 20 ‘Urban picnic areas.’

Nearby St Paul’s Square:

St Paul’s Church – Designed by Roger Eykyn, this Grade I listed building is of rectangular design and is what the square is named after.

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