First dates can be nerve racking, exciting, and intimidating all at the same time. We all want to make a good first impression. On a first date you want time and space to be able to communicate and get to know each other enough to decide if you want to see each other again.
1. Visit a Museum
Find a local museum to visit with your date. A museum is a great space to see what your partner is interested in or what they are attracted to when it comes to art. As well as a lot of space and time to communicate to get to know each other better. Museums are typically quiet and intimate, perfect for the occasion.
An intimate brunch, breakfast or lunch is a great first date. This will definitely force you both to communicate with each other to keep you both entertained throughout the date. Communication is key in a relationship, being able to communicate well with each other from the beginning is great.
A date at the arcade will definitely bring out the humorous, competitive, and goofy side of you both during your time together.
4. Thrift Shopping
There are hidden gems at the thrift store. Spend your date at the thrift store, you never know what you may find together. This is a great way to create memories, especially if you both find something you like you will have something to remember after the date.
A bowling night is another way to bring out the competitive side in both of you. If only the two of you are at the bowling lane this will allow for a lot of down time to communicate and get to know each other.
6. Axe Throwing
Axe throwing is not easy for everyone. It can be challenging but also very fun. This outing would be great to see each of your strengths and abilities.
7. Bike Ride
A nice bike ride on a sunny day is very romantic. It is always great to be active, but even better when you have someone to do it with. See how active your partner is by going on a nice bike ride, if bikes are not easily accessible take a stroll in the park.
Hopefully this blog gives you great inspiration for your first date! Check out the links below for more ideas.