9 ideas for Mother and Daughter Days Out

Mother and Daughter Days Out
March 5, 2015

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We celebrate our mums on Mothers’ Day, but we can spoil them with a day out any time of the year! To give you some inspiration, here are 9 ideas for lovely mother and daughter days out!

Hampton Court Palace and Gardens

Make your mum feel like a queen! Step into the world of the Tudors with a tour of  Hampton Court Palace and find out it feels like to walk the grand halls of a royal residence.

And don’t just get your mum a bunch of flowers for Mothers’ Day – take her to see ALL the flowers at Hampton Court Palace stunning gardens! Enjoy a peaceful mother and daughter day out exploring 700 acres of lush park lands, filled with thousands of beautiful flowers reaching as far as the banks of the River Thames.

If you’re visiting around March, you might even catch Hampton Court’s “Florimania” event – a fabulous floral celebration in the King’s State Apartments. You don’t even have to pay extra – it’s included in with your standard Hampton Court Palace tickets.

Hampton Court Palace

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The View from The Shard with Champagne

It’s iconic, it’s of-the-moment, and you can even book a special VIP champagne visit! The Shard is a great treat for a Mothers’ Day out in the capital!
The Shard Champagne

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Kew Gardens

Take your mum for a day at one of the most famous gardens in the world! You can spend lots of quality time wandering along the towering tree-top walkway, or even enjoy a picnic.

Even if the weather’s less than perfect, you can explore the glasshouses, delve into a tropical indoor rainforest, see giant lily pads and feel like giants in the Bonsai House!
Kew Gardens

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Warwick Castle

Surprise mum with a day out she probably won’t be expecting – to a fabulous, regal castle! There’s loads to see and do here – as well as a peacock garden, Victorian rose garden, birds of prey and jousting shows – so it’s a great place to spend some quality time together.

Warwick Castle

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The Royal Yacht Britannia

Does your mum love nothing better than snooping round the insides of other people’s homes? Where better than the yacht which was the floating residence of Her Majesty The Queen for over 40 years!

You and your mum can take a look around, enjoy a tempting choice of cakes, home-made scones, soups and sandwiches in the Royal Deck Tea Room, or why not indulge in a glass of wine, cold beer or even Champagne on-board?
Royal Yacht Britannia

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The Magical Mystery Tour

Chances are, your mum was madly in love with John, Paul, George or Ringo back in the day. Why not take her on a magical bus tour to see all the places in Liverpool associated with the Beatles; the places that inspired their songs; their childhood homes and haunts, and of course, the legendary Cavern Club!
Beatles Magical Mystery Tour

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Thames Afternoon Tea cruise

Spend some quality time with mum while you cruise along the Thames and take in London’s most iconic sites, over delicious sandwiches, cakes and scones with lashings of jam and cream!
Thames afternoon tea Cruise

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Cadbury World

If your mum loves chocolate (and who doesn’t!), she’ll love a visit to the original home of the world’s most delicious chocolate – the Cadbury’s factory!
Cadbury World

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Shakespeare’s Family Homes

Is your mum a bit of a bookworm, a poetry fan or likes a trip to the theatre? Chances are she’ll be a fan of the Bard – so why not take her to have a look at the houses where he was born, lived and worked!

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Farrah Hedwat

Farrah is AttractionTix’s resident Copywriter. A city girl at heart, her best-loved travel moments are exploring new cities across the world like Barcelona or Los Angeles. Farrah’s favourite things are eating, sleeping, shopping and animals (but mostly animals). Her pet hates are bad grammar and other writing-based “offences”.

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