14 Fun Things To Do on Valentine’s Day

Valentines photo of kissing couple

Trying to figure out what to do on V-day? Don’t want another boring year to pass? Pick one (or more) of these awesome activities—whether you’re single or attached!


Camp indoors

Think a roaring fire, couch cushions, pillows, sleeping bags, the whole deal.

Add s’mores, for sure!

Work out  

They say that endorphins put you in a great mood. Couples that play together, stay together!


Get massages

Give yourself and your partner the celebrity treatment for a day! Indulge in wellness and beauty.

Go to a concert

Think of V-day as the perfect excuse. How many chances will you get to see them LIVE, in person?


Make a dessert bar

Step 1: Go wild with your Pinterest recipes. Step 2: Brush your teeth.

Check out a new restaurant 

If the food is terrible, you have our permission to get an amazing dessert. If it’s great, you have a new date spot!


Grab a movie

Create cinema magic with snacks and low lighting. Pick a flick that you’ll both love (and a back-up).


Spread the love and give your time to improve other people’s lives or help the environment. Get ready to feel warm and fuzzy inside!


Visit a winery for a tasting

Get jazzed up and indulge in a night of sophistication and class. Why not take a bottle home?

Hit the museum

Focus on the big picture. Check out dinosaurs and gemstones, stroll through history, critique paintings and sculptures, or go spy the Puffy Shirt.


Visit a karaoke club

What happens in the club, stays in the club. Sing your heart out, and make it a night to not remember!

Head to the mountains

Get off the grid for a bit, and go camping or hiking. The fresh air will do you good.


Take a dance class together

There’s nothing like learning a new dance to spice up your relationship. Have fun!

Go ice skating

Have some free-spirited fun and cozy up afterwards. Show off your skills!


What are you doing this Valentine’s Day?

5 Unique Valentine’s Day Gifts for Guys


Ladies, are you stuck thinking about what to get your partner for Valentine’s Day? Crazy as it may seem, you don’t have to buy chocolates, lingerie, or alcohol to make his holiday memorable. Check out these fun and creative ideas that are sure to score!



Sports Event or Concert

Tickets to his favorite team or band are a sure win. He’ll be thinking about how cool you are for the whole next year (or maybe longer). This shows that you really know him and are willing to devote time to his interests.


Dinner Out

Traditionally, the guy takes you out on V-day, but this can be a romantic surprise. If you think he may have already booked dinner, you can do breakfast, grab a morning coffee, stop by a dessert shop, or make fondue. Let’s face it, we all love food.


Man Jewelry

This can be anything from a watch to cufflinks to a bracelet (or anything else he happens to like). While men typically aren’t into sparkly hearts, many still enjoy quality jewelry. Steer clear of giving him a ring unless you’re absolutely, completely, 200% sure he’ll like the proposal role reversal.


Personal Item


Guys tend to like utilitarian gifts. If his wallet is falling apart or his jeans are ripped, a replacement could be a nice gesture. Just be sure it’s something he likes (not necessary what you would choose), and you’re not throwing out his favorite jersey in an attempt to brush up his looks.


Time Away

The best gifts aren’t things. Plan a trip or book a class together, and build your relationship on activities instead of physical presents. Hike a mountain or visit a museum—plan out something that appeals to his interests and is an exception to your weekly routine.




What is your favorite gift to give (or get) on Valentine’s Day?