Use one of the best ten Boston date ideas
Pay a visit to Isabella's house
Although it isn't the biggest or most overwhelming of museums in Boston, The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is the most romantic place. That is major because the house is indeed a charming sight to behold. The courtyard is beautifully adorned in seasonal blooms, offering a central space where nature's beauty is brought into full focus. If you're dating someone you always want to impress, Isabella's house is guaranteed to blow your partner's mind. There's more than enough space to concentrate on your date while also drawing inspiration in the beautiful arts.
Enjoy luxury relaxation at the Mandarin Oriental
This dating idea is for that special occasion when even the very best of date ideas just won't cut it; treat yourself and your date to a session at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental's couples suite. It's the same size as many inner-city apartments. It also has an extravagant, marble-clad bathroom which includes a large sauna, a big soaking tub, and double vanities.
Take a stroll in Cambridge
Nothing is as romantic as death. If you doubt that, ask Romeo and Juliet. On a serious note, though, Mount Auburn Cemetery is a great spot for dating. This National Historic Landmark, set at 72 verdant acres of land, doubles as an arboretum and wildlife sanctuary. Keep an eye out for the wild turkeys during spring: they can get quite tetchy while protecting their young.
Take a cruise on the Harbor
Another perfect date idea is taking a dinner cruise around Boston Harbor. The cruises often feature a three-course dinner as well as music- usually rock and pop. A DJ will take over after dinner to give you a chance to get on the dance floor and bust some of your favorite moves. Before or even after dinner, Harbor viewing on the outdoor deck with the person you are dating is a must-do! The cruise offers you and your date mind-blowing views of Boston's landmarks and skyline.
Check out the ballet at the Boston Opera House
Never actually been to the ballet? Or you simply aren't a fan of ballet? That's the same as saying you dislike vegetables: both come in various flavors. The Ballet performances at Boston's Opera House are a must-see. You are promised an unforgettable dating experience from traditional ballet performances to modern productions such as Wayne McGregor's Obsidian Tear.
Get Romantic at Fenway Park
Maybe it's a Boston thing; however, many locals will tell you that Fenway Park is the most romantic place to go with your date. So, grab some tickets and head out to Boston's most exciting eating spot- Time Out Market Boston. From there, you can take a five-minute walk to Fenway Park and have the time of your life with the person you are dating.
Go out for dinner and a movie
If you already have tickets to an awesome movie at the AMC Loews Boston Common, take your movie night up a notch by adding dinner for two at the Ritz-Carlton's chic-casual restaurant- Artisan Bistro. Have some drinks with your date in the elegant bar situated in the hotel's lobby.
Discover Kenmore Square
For an unforgettable mid-week dating idea, the Coit Observatory at Boston University offers free viewing to the public on Wednesday nights for the entire year. The viewing parties, which last up to an hour, also provide you with professional astronomers. You can start with a cocktail from The Hawthorne and then switch up to Eastern Standard next door.
Visit the Back Bay
When it is time to switch up your wardrobe, Newbury Street consistently offers the most beautiful array of stores in the city of Boston. To purchase the best outfits for you and your date, stop by Ted Baker. You can also begin from Arlington and extend your shopping and dating experience down to Hereford.
Pair a peaceful walk with a phenomenal beer tasting at Trillium
Pay a visit to the City's Seaport to stroll the scenic Harbor Walk alongside your date. For an unforgettable dating experience, you can walk all the way to Fort Point Channel and do a return stroll through the Rose Kennedy Greenway, on which you'll find beautiful art installations.