Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle will be letting all mums visit for free on Mother's Day, Sunday 6 March (11am-5pm).
The County Museum, housed within the historic Hartlebury Castle, has over 1,000 years of history to explore. Items on show include horse drawn vehicles, social history, costume, toys, archaeology and a nationally significant collection of Gypsy caravans. Displays cover many aspects of Worcestershire life including the county's geology, the importance of water to the region and our agricultural heritage.
There are also room sets showing what life was like for our Victorian ancestors in the Scullery, Laundry, Nursery, Drawing Room and Schoolroom.
And on Sunday 6 March all mums can enter completely free of charge.
Rachel Robinson, Manager at Worcestershire County Museum, said: “The County Museum is excited about being able to reward all the hard working Mums of Worcestershire with a free day out on their special day and a chance to discover over 1000 years of history in the evocative setting of Hartlebury Castle."
Admission costs £5 for adults, £2.50 for concessions and £13 for a family ticket (two adults and two children), but of course on 6 March all mums (accompanied by a child) will be admitted free.
Visitors can also pick up a lovely gift for their mums in our museum gift shop and enjoy a pleasant stroll through nature in Old Moat Coppice.
If you would like more information please call the museum on 01299 250416.