Things to do in Fort Worth for Mother’s Day in 2018

By Product Expert | Posted in Community, For Fun, Holidays on Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 at 5:34 pm
three orange roses with happy Mothers Day tag and small wrapped giftbox next to it

If you are in need of some ideas on what to do for Mother’s Day in 2018 in Fort Worth. Now, we’ll share some things we thought of to give you a helping hand.

In the city

Hiking, either in the city or at a state park, is a good for refreshing air and calming exercise.  Speaking of parks, you can always take a picnic basket along and have a nice picnic. Try out the Japanese Gardens, Water Gardens, or the Trinity River Park, to name a few. Whether you go for a picnic afterward or not, this is a great opportunity to invite conversation.

Museums can be fun and educational at the same time. Thankfully, Fort Worth has plenty of museums to explore. From art to science, there is a fun museum experience waiting for all in Fort Worth.

Read More: Check out these great barbecues spots in DFW

Mother’s Day at home

lobster roll in blue basketDinner is a classic for a reason. But why not change things up a bit and make a homecooked meal, instead of just going out to a nice restaurant? Vegetarian, vegan, whatever kinds of food you both like, there is something out there for everyone. Try grilling a swordfish steak with lime and cilantro, or make lemon-parmesan salmon. Fresh, great to grill, and absolutely delicious!

DIY crafts are becoming more and more popular. Grab some essential oils and start making laundry soap, shampoo, or even bath bombs. There are great crafts that you can do with your mother, all it takes is a little creativity.

Hopefully, this has helped you find at least one thing to do in Fort Worth for Mother’s Day. Of course, if you are planning on driving anywhere, make sure you have a reliable car to get there and back. Feel free to swing on by Moritz Kia to check out our Kia vehicles while you’re in Fort Worth, as well. We’d love to help you find your future vehicle.

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