Valentine’s Date Night Ideas
Make your own sculpted glass paperweight to give to a loved one. Select dates, Feb. 1-28.
Impress your significant other with jazz music, dancing, delicious food and a stand-up comedian. Feb. 8.
Laugh out loud at improv shows that display the themes of love and use real stories from the audience. Feb. 13-14.
Go on a guided hike to watch the sunset over downtown Atlanta, and roast chocolate covered strawberry inspired s’mores over the campfire. Feb. 14.
Enjoy a buffet dinner overlooking the African Savanna, live music, appearances from ambassador animals, a talk on wildlife courtship and mating rituals and a dessert reception. Feb. 14.
Experience the magic of the aquarium at this party with romantic tunes, sweet cocktails and delicious food. Feb. 14.
Enjoy fun science activities, live music, a 3D movie, cocktails, craft beer and more at this after-hours event. Feb. 14.
Travel through eight decades of romance with themed music, food and decor, and dress in the style of your favorite decade. Feb. 14.
Pastor Solomon realizes his commitment to counseling others has left him single, while Thelma’s three-year relationship has hit a fork in the road at this dinner and a show. Feb. 14.
Enjoy dinner and a drink while painting and listening to live music. Feb. 14.
This hands-on cooking class includes saffron butter poached lobster over risotto cakes, coffee crusted beef tenderloin, chocolate crème brulee, wine and more. Feb. 14 and 15.
No matter what your love life currently looks like, you’ll enjoy listening to these comedians joke about finding love, losing love, being in love and surviving love. Feb. 15.
Embark on a journey through the haunt “Night of the Gorgon” with your loved ones to take on the nightmare-inducing creatures or try the new One-Night-Only Laser Adventure. Feb. 15.
Check out our picks for Valentine’s Day events with your kids.