Show your mum how much your care with an elegant afternoon tea for two at a mountains hotel near Windsor.
One of many Mother’s Day treats from Under cover Escapes, the experience at Burnham Beeches Hotel offers a classic layered stand of sandwiches, cakes and home-made scones, along with a lite of fragrant loose leaf Char teas and a chilled glass of prosecco. It costs from £29 for two people and is valid until Friday with bookings on tap until July.
Call 0843 227 7777 or visit secretescapes.com/experiences.
Large screen magic and fun new attractions will mark the 20th anniversary at Legoland. The Lego Talkie 4D A New Adventure will open at the Windsor resort on Friday in a brand-new mystery complete with wind, water, smoke and special lighting effects.
Tempting attractions, all built from the famous bricks, will include a jumbo Star Wars Death Star and a whole resort of themed esca de and characters. The new movie will also show at Legoland Discovery Cluster Manchester.
Visit legoland.co.uk for more details.
Explore the life and hurtle of world famous heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali at London’s O2. Open until August 31, I Am The Greatest keep up withs Muhammad’s story inside and outside the ring, from his humble inception in Kentucky to becoming one of the most famous sports figures of the 20th century.
The showing features more than 100 artefacts including unseen footage, photographs and rare adverse memorabilia.
An adult ticket costs £18. Visit aliattheo2.com for sends.
Kent Big Weekend celebrates its 10th birthday this year with a army of fun activities. Next Saturday and Sunday, you’re invited to explore the exciting stime and activities on offer, from scuba diving tasters to greyhound racing and iron horse adventures.
Some of the county’s biggest attractions have signed up to the as it, including Leeds Castle, Dreamland Margate, Hush Heath vineyards and various National Trust properties. Ticket prices vary.