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Especially early on in our relationship, Dan and I would always try to outdo each other with unique and memorable dates exploring the best of our city. For example, I remember some of our early dates included comedy shows, picnics in secret parks, mini golf that popped up at warehouses, board game cafes…gosh, we used to be so much fun! This post has affiliate links, which means I may earn a small commission at no cost to you if you click on them and make a purchase.
This is a small way I earn money to support this site. Thank you for your support! Surprise your loved one with a custom trip planned just for you two! I love getting in the kitchen as date idea. Most of these are offering virtual classes to take in the comfort of your own home. I think tours are such a romantic thing to do in Seattle. Or make your way to Pike Place Market and taste your way around the best vendors on a self-guided Pike Place Market food tour.
Chocolate lovers will want to know about the Theo Chocolate factory tours. For non-eating tour ideas, take a ghost tour in Pioneer Square or go on a bike tour! Many of them are in SODO so you can hit up a bunch of tasting rooms boom, boom, boom and try some of the best Washington state wines. Beer more your thing? Ballard is my favorite area to go on a Seattle brewery crawl. There are about 12 all within walking distance of each other so you can have a fun afternoon stumbling, er, I mean moving between breweries.
Spirit lovers have options too! Check out distilleries like Batch , Oola , Westland , and Mischief for a lesson in spirits and flights. I think one of the most fun experience gifts in Seattle is to get your loved one a day at the spa. But why not do it together? During non-pandemic times you can get a couples massage at one of my spa favorites like Elaia Spa in the Olive 8 downtown or Banya 5 in South Lake Union.
Or get a private sauna session at City Sweats. Not interested in heading to a spa? Learn how to massage and practice on each other at home! There are a ton of Airbnb experiences for learning how to do at home couple massages and facials. We have so many awesome parks and water view points in Seattle. There are a bunch of cool crafty classes you can take around Seattle.
Space Craft does quirky classes virtually like burning pet portraits on wood coasters. Want something a bit more food based? Take a coffee cupping class at Victrola , one of the best coffee roasters in Seattle , or a cocktail-making class at Stoneburner , a restaurant that creates one of the dishes you must try in Seattle. Another fun way to partake in a show is going to a dinner theater. There are so many fun ways to see Seattle from the sky.
One of the most romantic things to do in Seattle is to take a helicopter tour or get on a seaplane with Kenmore Air for a day trip to San Juan Islands from Seattle. Or for a truly magical experience, take in the beauty of Seattle from a hot air balloon. The Seattle Great Wheel is another great option for seeing views of the city.
It sits right on Puget Sound and offers uninterrupted views of the Olympic Mountains. The Space Needle also offers drinks on the deck. You can enjoy wine or champagne flights and light bites with stunning views of the city and Seattle skyline below.
If you want a full meal, take your loved one to one of the best restaurants in Seattle for views. Maybe because I used to be a photo intern at the Woodland Park Zoo , but I have fond memories of roaming the grounds finding quiet spots to people and animal watch.
Or checkout the sea creatures at the Seattle Aquarium and try to take a selfie kissing in front the glow of the jellyfish tank. Sunrise would be better to have the space to yourself for epic photos and a romantic morning sipping coffee under the falling flower petals.
Being a tourist in your own city is a fun romantic date idea in Seattle. Pop art and music lovers should head to MoPop at Seattle Center. History buffs will fall for the Museum of History and Industry. Science nerds should check out the Pacific Science Center.
I play to win until the death. For example, play mini golf at Interbay Golf Center. Try your hand at axe throwing at Blade and Timber. Challenge each other to some ping pong at SPIN downtown, or head to The Garage for some bowling, billiards, and good vibes.
If you want to get some exercise without the competition, go on a leisurely bike ride. One of my favorite spots to do that is the Burke-Gilman Trail. I love bonding over humor. I used to go to the now defunct Parlor in Bellevue regularly because they used to give out free tickets to the first 25 people who responded to their newsletter. Since I worked on the internet and sat on my all day, I snagged them weekly. One of my favorite Seattle for foodies bucket list adventures is to go foraging for food. For example, you can forage for oysters or truffle hunting with truffle dogs!
You can volunteer to garden or forage goodies from the urban forest. Given how beautiful the Puget Sound is, one of the most romantic things to do in Seattle is obviously take in the views from the water.
One of my favorite date ideas is to rent a kayak or canoe and paddle around Lake Union while snooping in all the house boats. Or get down to your bathing suit and rent a hot tub boat to take around Lake Union. You can enjoy this year round! Discovery Park is another great west facing beach perfect for sunset. Fancy restaurants are romantic for a reason! If you have the means, splurge at one of the best fine dining restaurants in Seattle or take a road trip to one of the restaurants worth the the drive from Seattle.
A lot of these restaurants are doing take home meals so you can recreate a fancy candlelit dinner at home without all the work. I love cozying up for a romantic ride on the ferry to one of the islands near Seattle. Some of my favorites perfect for a day trip are Bainbridge Island , Vashon Island , and Whidbey Island , all of which have great hikes, beaches, restaurants, wineries, and shops. One of the most romantic things to do in Seattle is to plan an overnight getaway.
You can book a staycation at one of these cool places to stay in Seattle. Or get out of the city and stay at one of these best winter cabins or unique hotels in Washington. Let me take the hard work off your hands and plan the perfect day trip or weekend getaway!
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23 Legendary Date Ideas in Seattle