Planning on spending Valentine’s Day in Columbus? February 14 may be fast approaching, but there are plenty of fun and romantic Valentine’s Day activities for couples looking to celebrate the season of love!
From ballroom dancing to ice skating, we put together five ideas of things for couples to do on and around Valentine’s Day in Columbus.
And while you’re checking out our list, be sure to enter not one, not two, but three Arena District Valentine’s Day giveaways below!
Few activities are more romantic than ice skating in Columbus – just picture you and your partner, bundled up in your warmest clothes, hand in hand, gliding down a rink of freshly Zamboni’d ice. That could very well be the scene when you spend Valentine’s Day at the Columbus Blue Jackets Winter Park presented by Worthington Industries– an NHL-sized rink located across the street from Nationwide Arena.
Downtown Columbus’ Winter Park is open for public skating, hockey and other community events for just 24 days a year (February 2-25) – making it all the more special when you take your significant other. And with a Tim Hortons nearby, couples can warm up with a delicious coffee or hot chocolate after skating.
To help make a lucky Columbus couples’ Valentine’s Day, we’re giving away a Valentine’s Day prize pack which includes (2) FREE entry tickets to Winter Park, along with a $5 gift card to Tim Hortons. Check Facebook for Valentine’s Day giveaways
Looking to activate your creative side this Valentine’s Day? Take a trip to the Columbus Idea Foundry – a place where ideas and talents, tools and resources, and experience and opportunity combine to form a uniquely creatively community.
On February 14 and February 15, the Columbus Idea Foundry is hosting a Valentine’s Day 2018 Maker Date Night. The event gives you and your significant other the opportunity to cut, make, design and build creative projects – including blacksmithing, woodworking, lockpicking, mixed media, copper stamping, photography and more – with the help of resident professional artists and craftsmen.
Click here to purchase tickets to this unique Valentine’s Day event in Columbus.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a passionate, upscale candle-lit dinner for two. When you think of romantic restaurants, Italian is often the first thing people think of – and no restaurant can treat you to a family-style Italian experience better than Buca di Beppo in Columbus!
On February 14, the restaurant will be serving exclusive “Classic Love” packages. For just $50, you and your date will be treated to an authentic Italian meal for two that includes Heart-Shaped Lasagna, Buca Garlic Bread, Buca Salad and Mini Chocolate Chip Cannoli. Reservations can be made by clicking here.
Would you like a complimentary Valentine’s Day dinner for two at Buca di Beppo Columbus? Enter our Arena District giveaway for the chance to win a $50 Buca di Beppo gift card!
Check Facebook for Valentine’s Day giveaways
Is your significant other a Columbus Clippers fan? This Valentine’s Day, the organization is offering a unique gift for that special baseball fan in your life – a gift delivery to their home or office from Clippers mascots, Krash and LouSeal!
That’s right! The animated pair will personally deliver your Valentine a dozen roses from Kroger, a Columbus Clippers gift basket and a voucher for two reserved seat tickets for a Clippers home game during the 2018 season.
The deadline to order this sporty Valentine’s Day package is February 9, and space is limited, so don’t delay – click here to fill out the order form now.
If you and your Valentine enjoy concert going, maybe a date night at Express LIVE! is more your style. This month, catch a concert from Awolnation, Kelsea Ballerini and Gary Allen. If you’re not into a romantic dinner before the concert, grab a slice of Mikey’s Late Night inside!
Arena District is giving couples the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Kelsea Ballerini on the 22nd.
Check Facebook for Valentine’s Day giveaways!
How are you spending Valentine’s Day in Columbus? Share any fun or romantic activities we might have missed in the comments below!