Local businesses are celebrating Mother’s Day by offering free admission to moms this weekend. Take mom (or grandma) to explore the zoo, walk through flowering gardens, or to ride her favorite coaster, and she gets in FREE!
Canobie Lake Park (Salem, NH)
Moms will receive FREE admission and FREE Lunch when accompanied by a paid child’s ticket purchased at Canobie Lake Park on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8, 2016.
Davis Farmland (Sterling, MA)
Kids bring your mom FREE to Davis Farmland on Mother’s Day and pamper her with a complimentary massage!
Franklin Park Zoo (Boston)
Heritage Museums & Gardens (Sandwich)
Heritage Museums & Gardens is celebrating Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 8, with free admission to Heritage for all moms. Bring the family for a special day spent together strolling through the gardens, exploring Heritage’s exhibits CUT! Costume and the Cinema, Driven to Collectand The Heritage Collection, playing in Hidden Hollow, enjoying a ride on the vintage carousel, and making memories that will last a lifetime. The Magnolia Café will be open for lunch, drinks and desserts, or pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic in the gardens. And Celebrate Mother’s Day at The Adventure Park at Heritage, where mothers climb for free with a paying family member!
Providence Children’s Museum (Providence, RI)
Create a variety of beads and bead jewelry in celebration of Mother’s Day from 11am-2pm. Mold, sculpt and roll beads from paper, clay and other materials and use them to make necklaces, keychains and more! Admission is free for moms and grandmoms on Sunday, May 8 from 9:00am – 6:00pm.
Roger Williams Park Zoo (Providence, RI)
Give Mom a wild time at the Zoo! Mothers will enjoy free admission when attending with a paying child on Mother’s Day weekend, May 7th & 8th
Stone Zoo (Stoneham)
Sturbridge Village (Sturbridge)
Free admission for mothers on Mother’s Day at Old Sturbridge Village. Family events are planned throughout the day, including a demonstrations of cooking for children, hands-on crafts, and performances. Visit with 19th-century midwife Lucy Tucker and Lydia Maria Child, author of The Mother’s Book. Visit the Village households and craft shops to learn about parenting in the 19th century. See the tinsmith, potter, and blacksmith make items for families and children.