5 Cute Fall Date Ideas in Dallas

'Tis the season of cuddle weather and the perfect excuse to treat that special someone to a fun night out.

Posted on Oct 30, 2017 By Jasmin Brand

Love is in the air! With the arrival of fall's changing hues and cooler temperatures also comes an opportunity to create memorable romantic moments in the city. Whether you're newly dating or celebrating a special anniversary, Dallas is the perfect city to fall in love… again.

For the nature lover: Dallas Arboretum

Named one of "America's Best Pumpkin Festivals" with over 90,000 pumpkins and gorgeous fall colors at every turn, Autumn at the Arboretum at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden creates a magical backdrop for daytime dates. If you have to bring the kids along, take them to the Rory Meyers Children's Adventure Garden for an outdoor adventure. Autumn at the Arboretum ends on Nov. 22, so plan your visit before it's gone.

For an artsy night: Late Night in the Arts District

Explore the Dallas Arts District after dark for a romantic evening. Enjoy a free after hours exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art as they showcase their staff's artwork, ranging from photography to cross-stich and more. Visit Savor at Klyde Warren Park on a Friday or Saturday night for its nightlife live music series. Or you can plan to attend a show at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

For a Texas twist: Square dancing lessons at The Round Up Saloon 

Scoot your boots at the Round Up Saloon & Dance Hall. Grab your partner and get down with the Saloon's free nightly dance lessons, karaoke and 50 cent draft beers!

For foodie fun: Scardello Artisan Cheese

A popular shop in Oak Lawn that features more than 150 handmade American, Texas and European cheeses, Scardello celebrates the love of food and tradition with every delicious bite. Stop in to grab a slice of brie for a romantic picnic at Klyde Warren Park or sign up for one of their popular cheese classes.

For all the views: Reunion Tower and Sky Helicopter

They often said true love can make you feel like you're flying. Sky Helicopter aims to give you and your honey the ultimate experience in the air with their dreamy one-hour sunset tours of Dallas. To keep the romantic vibes soaring after your flight ends, enjoy dinner with a view from 50 stories high inside the beautiful Five Sixty Restaurant at Reunion Tower.

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