Special places for Mother's Day in the Midlands

If you want to spoil mum this Mother's Day, why not treat her to a day that she'll never forget? Spend some time together as a family and help make Mother’s Day memorable.

Child participating in craft activities

Mother's day crafts at Kedleston Hall 

Nothing shows you care quite like a homemade present, so let the kids get creative making a card and gift for mum.

Daffodils blooming in front of Dudmaston in Shropshire

Mother's Day at Dudmaston  

Make time for Mum as you stroll around the estate, treat her to some homemade crafts all finished with tasty treats in the tea-room.

White damson blossom in the orchard at Brockhampton

Afternoon tea at Brockhampton Estate 

Enjoy time with your Mum as you take a leisurely stroll around the estate and manor followed by afternoon tea.

Family discover a den built on the Natural Play trail at Box Hill, Surrey.

50 things fun at Attingham Park 

Challenge your Mum to see how many 50 things activities you can complete together this Mother's Day.

Visitors outside the front of Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire

Mothering Weekend at Hanbury Hall 

Treat your Mum to a delicious afternoon tea in our Chambers tearoom, with beautiful views of the formal gardens.

Pots of flowers on the windowsill

Stoneywell for Mother's Day 

Show mum how special she is by making her an arrangement of freshly picked flowers with the volunteers at Stoneywell.

The old stableblock at Ilam Park

Afternoon tea at Ilam Park 

Treat your mum with an afternoon tea at the Manifold Tea-room at Ilam Park.

A couple enjoying afternoon tea at Croft Castle in Herefordshire

Mother's Day afternoon tea at Upton House 

Enjoy afternoon tea with your mother with a vintage twist.

A Cerato Stigma in the garden

Mother's Day posies at Canons Ashby 

Have a go at making a hand-made posy in the grand Tudor kitchen as a special gift for Mum to take home.

Mother and child

Mother's Day Events in the Midlands 

See all the Mother's Day events at the places in our care across the Midlands