And whether you’re in a new relationship or simply looking for fresh ideas, there are plenty of potential options for your next date night in Boston. Regardless of the weather outside, you’ll enjoy these date night ideas all throughout the winter months. And make sure to check out our Valentine’s Day guide for when you’re in need of something extra special.
Is there anything more romantic than candlelight? We think not. The Candlelight concert series offers you all the musical beauty of classic concerts combined with a warm and romantic environment of twinkling lights.
Whether your musical taste is more classical, like Vivaldi and Mozart, or more modern, like Queen, you and your partner will certainly enjoy this romantic musical experience.
A private tour for your inner lovebird! Learn and visit all of Boston’s romantic and historic spellbound spots on a guided walking tour and even learn some insider lingo like what “Boston marriage” really means.
Tour begins at 45 School St, Boston, MA, 02108
Looking for a new secret nook to visit? Boston is home to many underground speakeasies—some more hidden than others—that offer intimate and warm atmospheres to cuddle up during a cold night. If you’re looking for a mysteriously romantic spot to hit in Boston, our list of super-cool speakeasies should be on your radar.
As New Englanders we embrace the cold, and why wouldn’t you when you can enjoy dinner from a private igloo with waterfront or snow dusted Boston views? These restaurants offer everything from igloos to private yurts for dining!
Ice skating is a fun date idea whether you’re a total beginner or a skating pro. Hold on to the love of your life as your grapple the fear of falling or flaunt your special talents as you take the ice. Check out one of these six rinks when you get the chance!
Looking for some fun without the freezing cold temperatures outside? Add some friendly competition to your next date night and hit up Puttshack, a 26,000 square-foot indoor mini gold dreamland in Seaport! It’ll be an action-packed night of fun, plus a good reason to enjoy some tasty bites.
Find Puttshack Boston at 58 Pier 4 Boulevard
If you’ve ever wanted to take a closer look at the night sky above us, look no further than Public Open Night at Boston University’s Coit Observatory, located on top of the Physics Research Building.
The dome-shaped addition on top might appear unassuming from the outside, but it is in fact home to top-notch telescopes that will let you stargaze like you never have before. Dress warm and bring your partner for an educational yet romantic night of stargazing. Open nights are held most Wednesdays, but make sure to check the Coit Observatory website prior.
Find the Coit Observatory at 725 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, MA
Kailasa Chalet which literally means “in the clouds” offers you a stay far away that will leave you with sweet dreams and cheerful days. You can spend the day skiing or even renting horse drawn sleigh at Nestlenook Farm, there is so much to do in New Hampshire. And even if you spend the whole day on the property, with panoramic decks, live-edge tables, a fireplace, and plush throws we could easily understand why you’d never leave Kailasa.
Find Kailasa in North Conway, New Hampshire
Mix things up and try something unconventional for your lodging arrangements. We’ve scooped out some of the most interesting, quirky, and obscure-yet enchantingly delightful- places to stay in and around Boston! These spots have views that will melt hearts and reinforce bonds.
The classic dinner date never fails. Whether you’re a foodie, looking to save or splurge, or want to DIY your dinner, the Boston food scene is better than ever and offering something to meet everyone’s taste: