Valentine's Day in Boston
This year, treat your loved one (and yourself!) to an enjoyable, romantic weekend in the city. From exquisite restaurants, to hands-on classes, to Broadway theater tours, we have assembled a list of date ideas in Boston with something for everyone to enjoy this Valentine’s Day.
Call Boston Yacht Haven your home base for a Valentine's Day getaway, with luxurious guest rooms and incredible views of the harbor and city skyline, it is the perfect spot for enjoying a romantic weekend with your loved one and seeing all that Boston has to offer.
If rest and relaxation is what you need, there is no shortage of spas in Boston that will leave you feeling rejuvenated. Visit Exhale, located on Battery Wharf, and relax with one of their signature massages or move your body during one of their barre or cardio classes. Find a unique, pop-up experience on the Rose Kennedy Greenway this winter. The Winter Sauna Village is complete with saunas, cold plunges, and a relaxation hut.
If a dose of entertainment is what you and your loved one need, Broadway in Boston has an exciting lineup this winter. Treat yourself to tickets to Moulin Rouge, Annie, The Book of Mormon, and more. Or if you prefer watching films on a big screen, head over to the newly-opened Alamo Drafthouse in Seaport. See a fun performance on ice at the Rink at 401 Park during "Skate Kenway," a free skating show inspired by the recent Barbie movie.
Learn something new with your partner by signing up for a fun new course in Boston. Perhaps you are interested in a Dumpling Making Class, or maybe you have always wanted to get into Mixology or even Candle Making. Also try your hand at ice skating on Boston’s Frog Pond.
For an extra romantic date night, see a concert like never before – surrounded by hundred of beautiful candles. Candlelight Concerts in Boston will create for an evening you will never forget. Pair this experience with a dinner in the North End (we love Antico Forno and Terramia) for the perfect Valentine’s Day date. Dining during the week? Ciao Roma is offering a special every Monday during the winter - enjoy a three-course dinner for two for just $59 total.
New art installations have appeared throughout the city in a Canadian-inspired exhibition titled "Winteractive." Zip up your jackets and stroll through the sixteen different displays throughout Downtown Boston. Some of the pieces include a colorful whale, a "bonfire" made of lights, and even a mystical unicorn.
One of the greatest love stories in Boston is between our sports teams and their fans. The Bruins and Celtics are on their way to tournaments with a number of exciting games taking place at TD Garden this winter. If you and your loved ones are fans of college sports, secure your tickets to the Dunkin' Beanpot this February.
Whichever route you choose to take this Valentine’s Day, no plans are complete without a stroll through the Tunnel of Love at Christopher Columbus Park. See the trellis become illuminated with lights, listen to your favorite love songs, and soak in the waterfront views.