Changing up Valentine’s Day: Unique Date Ideas

Valentine’s Day falls on a Friday this year, which means you have the whole weekend to celebrate! While going out for dinner is fun, we have come up with a list of 30 unique date ideas so that the occasion stays fresh. Let us know if you try any of these out!

  1. Ice skating.
  2. Wine tasting – many vineyards are affiliated with hotels and bed & breakfasts; see if you can book the whole weekend in wine country!
  3. Bowling.
  4. Trivia Night at your local bar.
  5. Don’t want to spend $300 on hockey tickets?
    Check out what games your local university team is playing.
  6. Go bungee jumping or sky diving.
  7. Go skiing or snowboarding. If you don’t know
    how, take a lesson together!
  8. Couple’s spa.
  9. Cook a fun meal that you wouldn’t normally be bothered to make, e.g. tacos, paella, oysters etc…
  10. Go to the aquarium or zoo.
  11. Play laser tag.
  12. Find a comedy show.
  13. Take a cooking class.
  14. Play mini-golf.
  15. Find some live music in your area.
  16. Book a dinner cruise.
  17. Find an out-of-the-city B&B and spend the weekend relaxing.
  18. Go ice fishing.
  19. Go dog-sledding.
  20. Go beer tasting at your local brewery.
  21. Get dressed up and go to the opera or ballet.
  22. Go hot air-ballooning.
  23. Go snowshoeing or cross country skiing.
  24. Go to New York, or another nearby city you can get away to for two days.
  25. Treat yourself to a “staycation”! If you don’t have the time or money to get out of the city for a whole weekend, book a hotel in your own city for the night.
  26. Bring Paris to your living room and have a picnic at home. Pack red wine, a baguette, and brie!
  27. Catch up on Oscar movies with your favourite foods, a fire, and a blanket.
  28. Go camping (or rent a cabin if it’s too cold) in or near a national park.
  29. Go tobogganing.
  30. Find a local Karaoke bar.
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