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Sometimes called the most romantic neighborhood in Boston, Back Bay is the best place to spend Valentine’s Day 2020. Looking for ideas of where to take your honey this V Day? Check out some of these sweet ideas for your next Boston date night.
Copley Square was an important hub of Boston cultural life, created in memory of John Copley, a portrait painter who was born in the city. Now, the square remains a hub of life in Back Bay. Spend Valentine’s Day evening walking around the square, taking in the romantic surroundings of Boston architecture in buildings like Trinity Church, The Boston Public Library, Fairmont Copley Plaza, Old South Church, and the John Copley statue.
Go shopping with your sweetie during your next Boston date night. Head to Newbury Street to browse the stores and make a game of it by having each of you find something for the other. You can exchange gifts at the end of your date. Then, stroll through Newbury Street’s art galleries and finish out the night with an amazing meal at one of the nearby restaurants. There are many to choose from!
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a private chocolate tour of Boston. The city has been known for its leadership in the chocolate-making industry for decades, so come prepared for a history lesson and delectable sweet treats. You’ll sample iconic desserts at top-tier restaurants during the two and a half hour tour. Sign up for your private tour here.
What are your favorite romantic spots in the city for Boston date night? Let us know! We wish you a Valentine’s Day filled with love and light.