Date Night Ideas for Couples
Every couple should have a “date night”. This is one night out of the week that you spend together doing something fun and different. If you’re having trouble coming up with new ideas for your dates, or are interested in starting a date night tradition with your sweetie, then read on!
- Play Board Games
- Cook Dinner Together
- Movie Night
- Have a Romantic Evening at Home
- Go House Viewing
- Enjoy a Night Out On the Town
- Star Gazing
- Learn to Dance
- Go Dancing
- Learn Something
- Visit a Museum
- Play Together
- Get to Know your City
Try LoveGames.com for an overview of romantic and sensual games for couples. You could also go with traditional games such as Monopoly, Scrabble or Sorry. To add a romantic twist to Scrabble, modify it with the rule that all words you spell have to be on the topic of love and romance. For a huge selection of boardgames you can buy online check out BoardGames.com!
If you’re looking for great recipes there are plenty of websites where you can search and then print out recipes to try together. We recommend Cooking.com, the recipes are easy to search, tested, and most include a picture.
Cuddle up and watch a movie together. Don’t forget the snacks! If you live near a drive-in movie theatre this is a must.
Order take-out, indulge in a bath together with bubbles and candles, massage each other, make love.
Take a drive, or walk in a neighborhood you’de like to live in and pick out your favorite houses. On the weekends you might be able to visit open houses and tour homes that are for sale.
Catch a movie or street festival, a dance, a play at the theatre or high school.
Find a place away from the city lights to star gaze with your sweetie. Bring a blanket and bug repellent.
Sign up to take dance lessons once a week with your hunny.
If you already know how to dance visit a nightclub that plays music you like and party like buddies.
Take a one-time class together. Call your local information office to find out if your city offers a fun, one-night class such as cooking, painting or pottery.
If a regular history museum screams “boring”, look into whether your city has an art museum or exhibit, a “Ripley’s Believe It or Not museum”, a wax museum, cultural museum, artifact museum, war museum or museum related to a major event from the past (ex. the Titanic museum).
Go bowling, play pool, minigolf, iceskate or inline skating.
Visit an aquacultural or environmental tourist attraction in your city. Ideas: biodome, aquarium, planetarium, arbouritarium, botanical garden, etc.