The Coffin Works, Fleet Street, Birmingham, UK [Review]

The Coffin Works is located at Fleet Street, Birmingham, UK. It provides information about the address, phone number, location, and reviews from previous visitors: The Coffin Works, Fleet Street, Birmingham, UK

The Coffin Works, Fleet Street, Birmingham, UK (Image: Google maps)

Rating: 4.7 ★★

394 reviews on Google

Place Types: United Kingdom

Address: 13-15 Fleet St, Birmingham B3 1JP, United Kingdom

An exceptional museum showcasing the craft of coffin production, providing guided tours and narratives surrounding the burials of notable individuals throughout history.

Website: http://www.coffinworks .org/

Opening Hours: Waiting for Update!

Phone number: +441212334790

Located in Fleet Street, Birmingham, UK, The Coffin Works has received high ratings on various online platforms, based on honest feedback from real visitors, ensuring its reliability as a tourist spot.

The Coffin Works prides itself on delivering an exceptional experience for its visitors, as indicated by the numerous positive ratings from satisfied patrons. Nonetheless, they welcome any feedback or opinions, which can be shared through a form on the website.


Check out some great reviews of The Coffin Works in United Kingdom, located at Fleet Street, Birmingham, UK from happy guests who have stayed there. Take a look at these reviews for more information.

Laura C
5/5 4 months ago
I have wanted to visit for a while so was excited to finally visit. The gift shop is really cute and has nice items to buy. I was worried that we would be in and out of the museum in ten minutes as it didn’t look very big. However, there are room guides in every room and they are so knowledgeable and know so much. It was truly fascinating and I learned so much. The volunteers really make it special and we had Mark, Adam, Patricia and Cornelius who were brilliant. I definitely recommend a visit. It cost £8 and it was completely worth it. We ended up being in there for over two hours. Thank you for making such a wonderful experience.
Response from the owner 4 months ago
That’s great you enjoyed chatting to our volunteer team, they really are the best! We have a lot of history for a little place, so pleased you enjoyed our gift shop as well.
Joe Douglas
4/5 7 months ago
Absolutely wonderful place to visit. It was really interesting and the tour was really fun. The guy who took us around, Billy, really knew his stuff and made it hugely enjoyable. I found it fascinating and would highly recommend people check it out! I did have to wait for the tour, but this was my fault as I didn’t check when they ran, but it was fine as I just grabbed a cuppa at their lovely little cafe.
Response from the owner 5 months ago
Thank you, Joe! We’ll make sure that Billy sees your wodnerful feedback. Thanks for taking the time to review us and we’re especially pleased that you liked our new cafe space.
Thanks again!
Cherry Walton
5/5 4 months ago
To day’s visit to The Coffin Works was amazing, Cornelius our tour guide was knowledgeable with a brilliant sense of humour. The factory is well preserved with it’s own unique atmosphere…… This was my birthday gift from my lovely friend and I loved it Thank you
Response from the owner 3 months agos
Ahhh happy birthday! I will let Cornellius know you enjoyed his tour – he will be pleased!
Thanks so much.
Emma Smith
5/5 9 months ago
Visited here whilst in Birmingham for a concert, and thoroughly enjoyed this fascinating and unique slice of Birmingham’s industrial history. Staff were extremely knowledgeable, and there was someone on hand in every part of the factory to chat to visitors and demonstrate the machinery. It was like stepping back in time to the 1960s!
Special thanks to Suzie, who really brought the warehouse and office to life!
Response from the owner 3 months agos
Thank you, Emma! Suzie is a real asset to us, as are all our wonderful volunteers. You can also sign up to our events newsletter by emailing to keep up with what’s going on at the Coffin Works!
Nell Watson
5/5 7 months ago

I wasn’t sure what to make of a coffin works museum, but it was fantastic. The various workshops and locales were left as a living time capsule. Victorian-era machinery was still in use up to 1997 when production ceased, and the eventual creation of the museum was the former owner/manager Joyce’s dying wish.

The museum itself is well-outfitted, extremely authentic, and charming. However, I found the guides to be superlatively knowledgeable, friendly, and enthusiastic – the best guides I’ve encountered at any museum or attraction in my life.

After a very pleasant 90 minutes or so, it was time for delicious tea and buns in the cozy café, and a unique Coffin Works local ale from the shop.

My deepest thanks to Joe, Sue, Pat, Cornelius, Claire — and other lovely people whose names I didn’t manage to catch — for a lovely afternoon!

Response from the owner 3 months agos
Hi Nell,
What a lovely review! We’ve passed it onto all mentioned and those who were volunteering on the day of your visit. In fact, we included a snippet of it in our volunteer newsletter too!
Really pleased you enjoyed our new cafe space too and even got to sample one of our ales! The cafe really has made a difference to our visitor experience and it makes us smile when we se such lovely feedback.
Hope to see you at one of our events in the near future.

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