A list of unusual and local activities perfect for a Mother's Day treat. Includes stained glass workshops and live jazz.
If you’re stumped as to what to do this Mother’s Day and want to try something a bit different we might have a suggestion for you! We’ve scoured the internet and have put together out top five What’s On Mother’s Day for 2017 in Somerset.
A History of Fashion in 100 Object | Bath Fashion Museum
A stunning collection of iconic and landmark fashion pieces are being showcased at Bath Fashion Museum until January 2019 so there is plenty of time to catch this gorgeous exhibition. Covering over 400 years of fashion moments, this exhibition includes dresses, suits, corset, headpieces and footwear. One not to be missed for any fashion addict!
Stained Glass Workshop | Wells, The Bishop’s Palace
Courses can make for unique and interesting gifts, giving an experience and perhaps even a new skill. The stained glass workshops at The Bishop’s Palace in Wells often run five week courses where you can be taken through the basics and create something truly beautiful. A great course to do as a pair!
Spring Spa | The Mount Somerset Hotel
For something truly relaxing, why not try the Spring Spa at The Mount Somerset Hotel. At Â£49 a person you can enjoy at 25 minutes in a treatment of your choice followed by a one course lunch in the award winning dining room. The perfect treat for you and your mum or for her and a friend.
Songs For Mother’s Day With Emma Harris | Frome, The Griffin Pub
Relax in this traditional pub in Frome while you listen to the smooth tones of Emma Harris and Frome Jazz Club. Enjoy local ales from the on-sight brewery and maybe you’ll hear some of your favourites!
Liqueur Making Workshop | Claverton, Bath
For something truly unique we would love to try this liqueur making workshop at bar in Bath. With the guidance of the head barman and his vast knowledge of botanicals you’ll sample some of his own creations whilst also learning how to make your own. The cost of the course includes materials and a bottle of your own infusion.