60 Winter Date Ideas For You And Your S.O.
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60 Winter Date Ideas For You And Your S.O.

Cue the holiday tunes!

60 Winter Date Ideas For You And Your S.O.
Jeremy Wong

It's finally November, which means it's time to put on some boots and head outdoors for some holiday fun. Even though Thanksgiving is still a couple weeks away, it's never too early to indulge in some winter fun (even before winter actually starts). In my opinion, winter is the best season of the year because of the abundant choices of fun things to do as the holidays grow near. From hot cocoa to holiday parades and festivals, not a minute goes to waste in these chilly months. Here are some fun winter date ideas to help you make the most out of your winter:

1. Go ice skating.

2. Have a hot chocolate date.

3. Baking holiday cookies.

4. Have a holiday movie marathon.

5. Go caroling around the neighborhood.

6. Build a fort in your room/living room.

7. Go to a zoo holiday festival (adorable dressed up animals)

8. Go to a holiday carnival.

9. Attend a basketball or hockey game.

10. Go skiing/sledding.

11. Have a snowball fight.

12. Go on a carriage ride.

13. Drive around to look at holiday lights.

14. Go to an aquarium (more cute dressed up animals)

15. Read a book by the fire.

16. Have a bonfire outside.

17. Go to a hot yoga class.

18. Go window shopping.

19. Have an arcade date.

20. Pick fruit at a local orchard.

21. Go to art galleries.

22. Go to a winter farmer's market.

23. Build a snowman.

24. Go to a holiday parade.

25. Go holiday shopping.

26. Visit relatives together.

27. Go to a holiday concert.

28. Cook a hearty meal at home.

29. Go for a walk in the snow/cold weather.

30. Put up a Christmas tree.

31. Listen to holiday tunes.

32. Go camping or rent a cabin for a night.

33. Volunteer at a soup kitchen for the holidays.

34. Have a spa day.

35. Go to the movies to watch a holiday classic (most theaters show classics one night a week during the holidays).

36. Binge watch a Netflix show with snacks.

37. Have a winter Olympics with friends.

38. Take a trip to a cold place if you live down south.

39. Make chocolate from scratch.

40. Have a wine night at home.

41. Make holiday crafts.

42. Make a Christmas list together.

43. Go to a play.

44. Go rock climbing indoors.

45. Go thrifting for antiques (these can make great gifts).

46. Have a fondue date.

47. Check out some local ice sculptures.

48. Make s'mores in the fireplace.

49. Have a game night with friends.

50. Go bowling.

51. Make your own holiday home movie.

52. Bundle up and head to the beach.

53. Go winter hiking.

54. Take some scenic photography.

55. Make a gingerbread house.

56. Check out a new coffee shop nearby.

57. Go to a museum.

58. Play old board games.

59. Host a dinner party.

60. Have an ugly sweater party.

Happy holidays!

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