Use the very bright planet Venus as your guide to also see Mars and Uranus closeby. The attached image (with thanks to the superb Stellarium planetarium software) shows the arrangement:-
A pair of binoculars is all you need, but a telescope will allow you to see more (including the phase of Venus). If you look low down to the west at 19.00 on 1st March, Venus will be easy to spot as it is very bright. Then look down to see the slightly red Mars, appearing as a very small disc. Now the tough one. Uranus is very faint, but just check the image above before you go out to look for the planets. Move in a straight line from Mars up to Venus. Continue this line the same distance the other side up from Venus. Look hard and you will see Uranus. If you look very carefully, you may be able to see the tiny disc that shows you have the planet rather than the dot of a star.