Things to do on Mother's Day in London

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If you're organising Mother's Day in the capital this year, be sure to include one of these mum-friendly events in your plans. Scenic cycling, stunning flower shows and a fashion festival – thankfully, there's a solid selection of Mum-approved things happening in London on Sunday March 30 2014.

Ten events that'll impress Mum on Mother's Day

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Annual Opening of Kew Palace

Kew Palace, located in the the grounds of Kew Gardens, opens its doors to the public just in time for Mother's Day. Welcoming visitors for the spring and summer every year, this distinctly Dutch-looking brick mansion set amidst the greenery of Kew Gardens is a pretty sight, yet it was in this building that George III was confined during his episodes of the mysterious and debilitating illness that is now believed to have been porphyria. Highlights of the house include the royal kitchen, which were restored last year; Queen Charlotte's Cottage, a rustic retreat hidden amidst the gardens; and Princess Elizabeth's bedroom, which she styled herself back in the 18th century.

  1. Kew Palace Kew Gardens, TW9 3AB
  2. Until Sun Sep 28
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3 comments

Shocked by you view of mothers and therefore woman in general.  flowers, tea and homeware. really!??????

bob
bob

what happens if you dont have that much money. you carnt just go to london for free.

Ley Holloway
Ley Holloway

Old fashioned view of Mum, I'm a Mum and Grandma, my choice would have been the Ice Age art exhibition at the British Museum.