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By John Broetje | Blog | Jan 18, 2016
If you are like most couples and are looking for a fun activity to do together for Valentine’s Day… that is more than just going to dinner, we got you covered! Here are some neat Valentine’s Day date ideas to share with your sweetie and make memories together! But don’t wait too long…some activities and venues require a reservation.
Flying Trapeze Class at Emerald City Trapeze in SODO! Nothing says “I trust you” more than flying together through the air on a trapeze! And who knows, maybe you will discover a hidden talent for the art and join the circus!
Don’t worry though, you are safe and sound in a harness and professionals there to help you become the next circus star!
Find out more info on their website HERE
Maybe you and your snuggle bug have a wild side? What is more romantic than strolling through the zoo, maybe feeding the elephants or watching the adorable otters swim about. Or maybe you prefer watching sharks invested waters at the local Aquarium? Be sure to check their websites for special Valentine’s Day events. The Woodland Park zoo is having romantic treats that help promote the animal care program.
Ok so maybe flying through the air is not your thing, but you still like to eat some nice food on Valentine’s Day…why not learn how to cook together!
Sur La Table is a great place to take a couples cooking class together and their Valentine’s Day specialty this year is Romance in Italy…does it get any more romantic than that?
Hurry though, space fills up fast. Reserve your spot on their website. They have several locations to chose from.
If you and your partner love to laugh together, go check out a local comedy club! There are several in the area like Laugh’s Comedy Club in Kirkland, The Comedy Underground in Seattle, The Parlor in Bellevue, Jet City in the U District/Roosevelt or Comedysportz in Fremont.
Nothing could be more romantic than spending a night in the city overlooking the Puget Sound, watching the ferry boats and spending some quality time with your sweetie. Some restaurants on the Pier include: Anthony’s Pier 66, AQUA by El Gaucho, and Elliott’s Oyster House.
The Big Wheel runs until 10pm and adult tickets are $13 plus tax. Tickets can be purchased online or the day of. If you want to be extra romantic, splurge and go for the VIP gondola which has a glass bottom floor.
Who doesn’t love a good “Broadway” production or a Rock Concert? If you and your honey love the live entertainment, check out the Paramount, The Moore, The Showbox, WAMU Theater or 5th Ave Theater for showings and times.
If you want to have it all, then this might be the activity for you. Described part circus, part dinner, this night will take you through a several course meal while you laugh and feast your eyes on stunning entertainment from comedy, music, vaudeville, and dance. The show takes place in, around and beside the patrons.
Ticket costs include dinner and the show, drinks are not included. Visit their website for more details. Reservations are required. It’s a night of fun and entertainment that you won’t want to miss! Located in Seattle right by Seattle Center.