Mother’s Day In Richmond
Treat Mum to an extra special day out this Mother’s Day in Richmond. There’s so much going on in our pretty little corner of the world, here’s our pick of what’s on nearby!
Florimania at Hampton Court Palace
The spectacular ‘Florimania’ returns to Hampton Court Palace this Mother’s Day Weekend. The King’s State Apartments will be brought to life with vibrant floral displays as they welcome Spring using flowers to represent the badges and emblems of the Tudor Kings and Queens.
Tea Blending and Posy Making at Ham House
The whole family can get involved in these sweet Mother’s Day activities at Ham House. Choose from a selection of flavours and make your own signature blend teabag, or build your own posy with some of Ham House’s beautiful spring flowers. The perfect Mother’s Day gift!
Don’t miss out on the fascinating garden tours, or a delicious coffee and cake in the café – made using ingredients from their own kitchen garden. What a treat!
Signs of Spring Walking Tour at Kew Gardens
Spring is finally on the way (we hope!), spot the signs with a guided tour of Kew Gardens, early spring flowers and bulbs.
Explore the Woodland Garden, Davies Alpine House, and Rock Garden and experience Kew in bloom!
Mum Goes Free at The Petersham Restaurant
Whatever you choose to do this Mother’s Day, end your day with a truly special meal! At The Petersham Restaurant the celebrations will go on into the evening. Join us from 4pm for a late lunch or dinner and for every table of four guests, one Mum will go free.
Chef Jean-Didier Gouges has created a special four course menu, featuring Pan Fried Seabass, Roast Sirloin and, of course, The Petersham’s famous Classic Crème Brûlée.
£55 per person (four courses)
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