Sick Of Dinner & A Movie? New Date Ideas To Bring Your Closer Together

If you've been seeing your significant other for a period of time, chances are you've gone on all the typical dates. Going out for dinner and a movie gets boring quickly, and doesn't give you a lot of time to get to know your date. Here are several fresh ideas for dates that will bring you closer to your date.


If you and your date like to be outdoors, you might want to try geocaching. This nationwide activity involves using a GPS unit to locate an official geocaching container, which usually contains a logbook and small trinkets. You can write your names in the logbook, take a trinket, or leave something behind. Different geocaches have different difficulty levels, so you can decide how long you want to spend looking for the stash. To make this really special, consider choosing a geocache along a nature trail or in a state park. Pack a small picnic, and celebrate your discovery with a romantic feast.

Paint A Masterpiece

Creative types might want to consider a paint-your-own-pottery store. These stores usually charge a cover fee, plus the cost of whatever pottery you choose to paint. Some have coffee and refreshments available for purchase. The noise level is generally fairly low, so you can chat with your date while you create something to remember your night out. If you want a child-free experience, call ahead to make sure no birthdays are scheduled.

Be a Tourist

If you and your date live in the same town, chances are you have overlooked local historical sights for years! A trip to the local museum or famous landmark can be informative, and is usually fairly cheap or free. It's fun to rediscover local gems.

Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Depending on what you and your significant others interests are, there can be a ton of options for this idea. You can try picking a new restaurant or type of food that nether of you have experienced, or maybe head to a shooting range. 360 Tactical Training might not sound like the stomping grounds of romance, but they offer a lot more then just carbine training. This is a great place to see how both of you react in different situations and can bring up different conversations then you would have in everyday settings.

Learn Something

Learning something together is a great bonding experience. Kayaking lessons, cooking classes, music lessons, and tons of other cheap or free classes are most likely available through local community colleges. Use an online search engine to find available classes in your area, and enjoy learning something. If there are no options in your area, ask your date to teach you something! Most people love to share their interests, and chances are very high that your date knows a skill that you would like to learn, be it how to change the oil in a car or how to bake a delicious cake.

Whatever you choose to do on your date, remember to keep the conversation flowing and to have a great time! 

About the author:
Brionna Kennedy is native to the Pacific Northwest, growing up in Washington, then moving down to Oregon for college. She enjoys writing on fashion and business, but any subject will do, she loves to learn about new topics. When she isn't writing, she lives for the outdoors. Oregon has been the perfect setting to indulge her love of kayaking, rock climbing, and hiking.

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