5 Romantic Places In Dallas To Visit With Your Significant Other
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
If all you want for Christmas is a magical time with your significant other (SO), the Lone Star state has plenty of attractions and experiences available that promise to bring festive magic to that special date. Check out our list of romantic places in Dallas this Christmas, for a romantic rendezvous reminiscent of your favorite holiday movie.
1) EnchantIf you’re really looking to impress your SO this holiday season, why not take them to the most magical event around? Featuring the largest light maze in the world and the tallest Christmas tree in Texas, Enchant is a sparkly magical place that has lots to see and do. You can glide hand in hand around the ice skating trail, cozy up with hot cocoa, and shop for gifts in the Christmas market. Who can resist a kiss under the mistletoe when you’re surrounded by this much magic? Prices: Tickets start at $19.95. Get tickets.
2) Gondola RidesVenice is one of the most romantic places in the world, but if a trip to the City of Water is out of the question then look no further than our very own Mandalay Canal. Cuddle up to that special person on a gondola ride through Irving’s iconic canal or on Lake Carolyn and view the stunning skyline of the city from the best seat in the house. There’s also the option to cozy on up with some hot chocolate for those colder days. In line with tradition, couples are encouraged to kiss under every bridge accompanied by the sound of gondoliers singing romantic tunes, creating that extra special atmosphere. Prices: A classic gondola ride for two costs $140. Get tickets.
3) Trinity Forest Adventure ParkFancy a date that is a little less carol singing and a little more adrenaline-inducing? Visit Trinity Forest Adventure Park; just a few minutes from downtown Dallas. Trinity has over twenty zip-lines, six aerial obstacle courses as well as rock climbing and pedal boats. You get to spend a lot of time in the trees with your SO since tickets are valid for three hours on a ‘set your own pace’ scheme. Whether you are looking to make the perfect impression on that exciting first date or to spend a day in the great outdoors with the love of your life, this is just the thing you need. Prices: General admission starts at $49.95 per adult. Get tickets.
4) Dallas Arboretum and Botanical GardenDallas Arboretum is one of the most romantic places in Dallas. This enchanting oasis pays homage to the beauty of nature with 66 acres of endless flowers, trees, and horticultural goodness. You are bound to lose yourself in the intoxicating aroma. Made extra special this time of year, with their festive displays, exhibitions and thousands of twinkly lights. Walk with your partner through the trees on your way to high tea at the historic DeGolyer House restaurant. Remember this famous restaurant fills up fast, so call ahead to reserve a table to avoid disappointment. Prices: General admission into the arboretum is $15.00 per adult. Book online.
5) Reunion TowerReunion Tower is on the list of top romantic places in Dallas, with around 730 marriage proposals each year! This must be the starting point of many happy marriages. The tower is one of the most recognizable landmarks in DFW, offering stunning panoramic views of the whole city. Planning a particularly special romantic evening? Take your date to the top of the tower and splurge on dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s revolving restaurant, Five Sixty. If you’re just looking for coffee and conversation, Cloud 9 Cafe in the observation deck is the perfect place to get to know each other. Prices: General admission is $17. You can a day and night visit for only $22 per person so you can see the city in all its glory! Book online.
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