Honor your mother by taking her to a fun and unique Mother’s Day brunch in Denver, Colorado. Denver offers many opportunities to treat mom to something special. Why not take your grandmother too? She will love all of these fun Mother’s Day Brunch events.
The Denver Botanic Gardens offers a wonderful Mother’s Day brunch amongst blooming spring flowers and bushes. For a bit of history, indulge in full tea at the Molly Brown House Museum. Try the Hudson Gardens Mother’s Day Brunch this year where they offer garden seating and activities for children.
Mother’s Day Brunch at Denver Botanic Gardens
Treat mom to a unique and spectacular all-you-can-eat brunch at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Enjoy dishes such as eggs benedict, salmon mousse, quiche, French toast, Mexican shrimp cocktail, seasonal fruit, and a flowing chocolate fountain for dessert. If desired, you can take your Mother’s Day brunch into the gardens and enjoy a picnic. A menu is available at the website.
Stroll the gardens when you’re finished with the Mother’s Day brunch. Many spring flowers will be in bloom. A variety of entertainment is scheduled in the amphitheater. There is also a garden sculpture exhibit available featuring interesting bugs such as a 1,200-pound praying mantis.
Please note that you must reserve your brunch tickets no later than May 10, 2007, to eat at the buffet. Also, Mother’s Day brunch tickets do not include entry into the gardens. You must purchase garden tickets separately.
Date: May 13, 2007
Time: Brunch 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.; Gardens 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Address: 1005 York Street, Denver CO 80206
Brunch Tickets: $23.95 for adults and $13.95 for children (3-11 years old)
Gardens Admission: $8.50 for Adults; $5.50 for seniors 65+; $5.00 for students with ID and youth 4-15; free for Gardens Members
Contact info: call 720-865-3532 to order Brunch tickets or visit the website at www.botanicgardens.org
Mother’s Day Full Tea at the Molly Brown House Museum
Take your mom to tea on Mother’s Day at the historic Molly Brown House in Denver. Enjoy fragrant hot tea, wonderful sandwiches, and lovely desserts. Unique Victorian gifts are available in the museum store.
Follow with a tour of the Molly Brown House. Once at risk of demolition, the mansion is now a fully restored Victorian-era museum. Learn a bit of history and enjoy getting to know the Unsinkable Molly Brown on Mother’s Day this year.
Dates: May 11 through May 13, 2007
Times: Friday 1:00pm; Saturday 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm; Sunday 1:00pm and 3:00pm
Address: 1340 Pennsylvania Street Denver, CO 80203
Tickets: $19 per person
Contact info: call 303-832-4092 or visit the website at http://mollybrown.org
Mother’s Day Brunch at the Hudson Gardens and Event Center
Celebrate Mother’s Day at Hudson Gardens this year. Situated on thirty acres of land, Hudson Gardens showcases trees, plants, and flowers that thrive in the Colorado climate. With four different seating areas, Hudson Gardens is offering a buffet-style brunch, live entertainment, a gift for mom, and activities for children.
The Mother’s Day brunch menu includes delectable foods such as homestyle potatoes, smoked Virginia ham, cheese blintzes, gourmet salad bar, desserts, and champagne. Non-alcoholic beverages are available, too. You can find a menu on the website.
Four seating times are offered: 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., noon, and 1:30 p.m.
Date: May 13, 2007
Times: 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Address: 6115 South Santa Fe Drive, Littleton CO 80120
Tickets: Adults $22.00 and children $12.00
Contact info: call 303-797-8565 x321 or visit the website at http://hudsongardens.org
Take your mom to one of these unique and lovely Mother’s Day Brunch events in Denver, Colorado. She will love it. And don’t forget the camera.
Sources:www.denver.citysearch.com; www.colorado.com/events; www.denver.org/events; see also resources at end of article