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Top 25 Romantic Date Ideas

Autumn is perhaps everyone’s favorite time of year: the changing leaves, the smell of the air, the yummy fall treats like pumpkin pie, apple cider, hot cocoa and Pumpkin Spice everything. Days get shorter and nights get longer. Yes, it gets a little colder, but that only means it’s time to break out those cute sweaters, flannel shirts and adorable leggings! Not to mention your favorite boots and colorful scarves! Of course, when we think of fall, we think of romance. There are plenty of romantic date ideas for you and your partner this Fall.

So as we say goodbye to summer and prepare for winter, embrace all the fall has to offer. Fall is the best season for falling in love from romantic hayrides to haunted houses to festivals. And what can be more romantic and cozy than a Fall wedding?

In the following article we shall give you some perfectly cozy and romantic fall date ideas. So break out that sexy sweater and cuddle up on the sofa with your beau in front of the fireplace!

1. Attend Your Local Oktoberfest

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What says Fall better than Oktoberfest? Celebrate October with a pumpkin ale or hard pear or apple cider. ‘Tis the season for festive adult beverages!

2. Go wine tasting

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Speaking of adult beverages, why not attend a wine or beer festival? It’s the perfect time of year to sit outside and sample the local brew! Check out your local winery and sample the local flavor. A lot of wineries have romantic date packages as well.

3. Go Apple Picking

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Most local farms offer couples packages for fruit picking. As a an added bonus, you can go home and bake some fall goodies together: apple pie is always a favorite fall treat!

4. Have a Fall Photoshoot

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Choose your favorite scenic fall spot and have a fun photoshoot. You can either hire a professional, ask a friend or have fun taking selfies together with fun and fall props and nature’s gorgeous colorful backgrounds! Wear coordinating outfits in brilliant fall colors. Capture the day for eternity with romantic fall photos to share with your family and friends.

5. Go to a Haunted House

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Horror is always fun. There are tons of haunted houses and hayrides during the Fall season. Tour a pentiariary. For example. Eastern State Penn in Philadelphia, PA is renowned for its terrifying haunted tours. Salem, MA is also another popular destination during the Halloween season.

6. Go on a picnic

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Of course not everyone can go to Manhattan NY’s Central Park, which is absolutely breathtaking in the Fall. However, you can pick your favorite park and pack a romantic and simple picnic lunch and snuggle up together on a blanket and take in the foliage.

7. Have a Haunted Movie Marathon

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‘Tis the season to be spooky. Whether you like classic thrillers like “Frankenstein” or gory movies like “Halloween” you can find a number of scary movies to cuddle up with your honey. And if you don’t like scary movies, find a movie you both enjoy. Nothing says “Show me love” like cozying up on the couch watching a scary movie with some buttered popcorn and hot cocoa.

8. Attend a Fall Festival or Fair

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There are plenty of festivals this time of year. Look online on in your local paper to find your favorite fall event. There’s always lots of good food at festivals!

9. Get lost in a corn maze

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Corn mazes are both fun and romantic. Hold hands as your make your way through the twists and turns together. A haunted corn maze is always a plus!

10. Go on a historic ghost walk

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Many older towns and villages have a rich history that includes ghosts and goblins. A haunted ghost walk is one of the best romantic date ideas for those chilly fall nights.

11. Have a bonfire

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Nothing says romance like sitting in front of a bonfire. You can toast marshmallows and even make s’more. Who doesn’t love a gooey, chocolaty, marshmallow treat on a cold autumn night under the stars?

12. Go to the Zoo

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The Fall is the perfect time to go to the zoo. It’s not as crowded, nor is it hot and humid, plus the zoo is gorgeous this time of year. You can leisurely enjoy the day together.


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