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Whether you’re looking for a romantic date night out with your significant other this Valentine’s Day, or if you are avoiding the holiday entirely and plan on staying cozy on the couch, we’ve got you covered!

We’ve put together our favorite romantic and fun things to do in Delaware with your significant other, best friend, or family.


Skate The Ice Rink or Try out The Bumper Cars on Ice


Ice skating is a great way to break the ice (pun intended) on a first date or enjoy a special evening with your special someone.

Grab some hot chocolate afterward to warm up, or head over to a nearby bar or restaurant to continue Valentine’s Day festivities. Here is the Place you will find skating and bumper cars at the Rink at Harrington


SPEND THE DAY AT THE BREWERIES, WINERY OR CHECK OUT THE DISTILLERIES 


If you and your significant other both love events and trying new beers, wines or spirits, then a trip to these fast growing places is the perfect activity for you both! 

Located throughout the State of Delaware, you'll be able to visit an array of different options.  We would like to highlight the ones in Kent County! 

Stop by Harvest Ridge as you will find events, wine tasting & much more or Pizzadili located in Felton, DE

Tastings, tours, events or good eats visit some of our favorite Breweries in Kent County  Fordham & Dominion, Blue Earl, Mispilion River Brewing and Brick Works

You won't want to miss these two places in Kent County, Delaware

Painted Stave and Easy Speak Spirits

TRY A NEW RESTAURANT


What better time than Valentine's Day should you and your significant other (or family!) go outside your comfort zone and tryout new food? 

We recommend Roma in Dover,  Cool Springs in Dover.  

Want something a little more relaxed try Restaurant 55 

have some extra time take a drive to  Michy's or Fork and Flask in Rehoboth Beach.


Explore a Museums or a Plantation


Honoring planes at the Air Mobility Command Museum 

The Air Mobility Command Museum is dedicated to military airlift and air refueling aircraft and the men and women who flew and maintained them.


Head Back in Time at the John Dickinson Plantation 

Once owned by a wealthy Quaker tobacco planter, this plantation has been converted to a living museum where visitors can tour the grounds and interact with staff dressed in period costume.

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