Castle Island Beach
2010 William J Day Blvd, South Boston
Castle Island is a great place to go for a walk, run, or bike ride in South Boston. Fort Independence Tours are open to the public for free on weekends year-round. Around the castle, there are playgrounds and picnics areas. Moreover, there are delicious snacks such as lobster rolls, fried seafood, ice cream and drinks. Best yet, the island can be reached by public transportation.
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center
598 Assembly Row, Somerville
On the third Wednesday of every month from 7:00 until 9:00 pm, LEGOLAND® hosts an Adult Night. You and your date can be kids again and enjoy activities like Ninjago Training Camp, a LEGO® 4D movie, the two rides and MINILAND, a mini-version of Boston Landmarks all made out of LEGO® bricks. LEGOLAND® adult events are often themed. Stop by on Halloween Night (October 19, 2016), College Night, or Casino Night for an extra level of fun. Adult Night is a perfect date night or group activity.
Harpoon Brewery And Beer Hall
306 Northern Ave, Boston
Harpoon Brewery is the oldest brewery in Massachusetts. Their ticket includes a brewery tour and tasting of up to 12 exclusive Harpoon beers. The brewery is located in the Seaport District, making it easy to access. After the tour, you can enjoy views of the Boston skyline and harbor from the 6,000-square-foot beer hall and visitors center. The brewery offers tours Monday-Wednesday from 12pm-5pm, Thursday-Friday from 12pm-6pm, Saturday from 11:20am-6pm and Sunday from 11:30am-5:30pm.
Lookout Rooftop and Bar in the Envoy Hotel
70 Sleeper Street, Boston
Also in the Seaport District: Envoy Hotel’s Lookout Rooftop and Bar has a beautiful and overwhelming 270-degree panoramic view of the Boston skyline. You can sit on their comfortable couches and enjoy house-made craft cocktails that will impress any date. There are also covered-seating areas that have built-in ceiling mounted heaters, so no worries for those who are concerned about being outside as the weather gets cooler. Reservations are highly recommended.
Boston Common Frog Pond
38 Beacon St, Boston
Admission: $5 for ages 14 and over, $9 for skate rentals and $2 for lockers
Boston Common Frog Pond is found in one of America’s oldest public parks. Renowned for its seasonal activities, this pond turns into a place for ice skating when the weather gets cold. From spring to fall, the pond becomes a pool and provides a great spot for escaping the heat and alleviating your physical and mental stress from work. Regardless of the weather, a great place to spend some time outdoors with your date.
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