Mother's Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the amazing women in our lives, and what better way to do so than treating them to an unforgettable day in Birmingham and the West Midlands?

There's no shortage of options to shower your mum with love and spoil her silly on the 19 March and beyond. Treat her to world-class cuisine, stunning parks and gardens, exciting events or pamper her at one of the region's luxurious spas.

Looking for inspiration? Check out our top picks below.

1) Wine Tasting at Birmingham Wine School

Whether mum is seasoned wine connoisseur or just looking to try something new, Birmingham Wine School has loads of amazing wine tastings including Wine & Crisps evenings (heaven, right?), Wines of the World tasting and Cheese & Wine pairings.

2) Spa Day at The Belfry

Nothing says pampering like a relaxing spa day at The Belfry, located in Sutton Coldfield. Treat mum to a luxurious spa treatment, a spa day or an overnight stay.

3) Shopping

Birmingham is a shopper’s paradise. Whether you're after head-turning chic or eye-catching value, it’s all here. We’re home to the famous Bullring & Grand Central, the luxurious Mailbox Birmingham and the world-famous home of British bling - the Jewellery Quarter. What more could mum possibly want?

4) Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Want to spoil mum on a budget? Treat her to a day at the beautiful Birmingham Botanical Gardens, where you can explore the gardens in bloom. If you’re looking to make a day of it, enjoy a delicious afternoon tea in the Pavilion Tea Room.

5) A Michelin meal

Is mum a foodie? Make the most of the Michelin-Midlands and book a table at Opheem, Purnell’s Adams, Carters of Moseley or Simpsons for a mouth-watering meal to remember.

6) A trip to the theatre

Treat mum to an extra special gift this Mother's Day with a trip to one of the cities amazing musicals, concerts or theatre shows. The award-winning Birmingham Royal Ballet and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra often take centre stage at world-class venues Birmingham Town Hall and Birmingham Symphony Hall, alongside west-end spectaculars at the many theatres across the city.

For more ideas head over to our Mother’s Day page.