Mother’s Day Around Columbus, OH

Mother’s Day Around Columbus, OH

Columbus. This crossroads of Ohio maintains a steady and quiet presence in a number of industries, and the scope of its activities grows with each year. Today, “The Biggest Small Town in America” maintains this tranquil and unique character with its rise, offering so much to see and experience. Whether you are a visitor drafting travel plans, returning home to see friends and family, or a local looking for things to do near home, read on for some of our favorite spots to do Mother’s Day here around Columbus. 

Brunch

This being Mother’s Day, we’ll cover the premier event first, brunch! Indeed, between proud and fresh local fare, upscale restaurants and hotel service and a number of innovative and unique kitchens throughout the city, visitors to Columbus will not find themselves tight for options when looking at places to do brunch here in Columbus. Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse is a great option for meaty and mouth watering prime steaks and American Wagyu, while The Granville Inn’s Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet has garnered a loyal following over the years. The Berwick is noted for its selection of fruits and meats, while the Buxton Inn boasts a three course menu highlighted by a number of delicious cakes and tarts.

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Columbus Museum of Art

Schokko Cafe serves tables from four to six people, great for the whole family to enjoy a delicious selection of brunch options from savory and filling sandwiches to towering pancakes and full breakfast options. Also of note is the free sunday policy at the museum, meaning that admission to the rest of the museum is free on Mother’s Day, a great way to walk off an indulgent brunch amid the formidable exhibitions of the Columbus Museum of Art. 

Budd Dairy Mini Market

Browse some of the best in local craft, independent artists, small business, and creativity at the Budd Dairy Mini Market, a great place to pick up fresh-cut flowers, one-of-a-kind gifts, handmade candles, and delicious pastries to spoil Mom this Mother’s Day.

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Enjoy the May sunshine and bloom here at one of Columbus’s premier attractions, the Franklin Park Conservatory! This is an expansive collection of gardens, indoor exhibits, and nature providing photo opportunities galore and a great family stroll through some of the most beautiful sights of Columbus. Admission to the conservatory and gardens includes access to lush greenhouses, the historical John F. Wolfe Palm House, a Bonsai Collection, the light installation, a community garden campus, the resident Dale Chihuly collection of glass artwork, and some 88 acres of seasonal colors with their outdoor gardens. If you are searching for a place to enjoy the flowers and nature around the Columbus area, be sure to leave space on your itinerary for the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

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