7 Romantic Date Ideas You Can Take Your S/O On This Fall In Dallas

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7 Romantic Date Ideas You Can Take Your S/O On This Fall In Dallas

Dallas is filled with romantic spots but the fall season can sometimes slow down date nights with the whole "back to school" thing. Lucky for us, there are so many things to do that staying at home every weekend doesn't have to always be an option. Here is a list of a few awesome things to do with your significant other in the Metroplex this fall season

Pumpkin Nights

Price: $20

When: October 10 - November 3

Address: 4016 W Division St. Arlington, TX 76012

Why You Need To Go: This isn't your regular pumpkin patch. This light-up event has 3,000 pumpkins in all shakes and sizes that you can interact with.


Price: $25-$65

When: Oct. 5

Address: Dallas Farmer's Market 920 S. Harwood St., Dallas, Texas 75201

Why You Need To Go: If you and your significant other are major foodies, you can take a nice date to Tacolandia and get unlimited taco samples.

Getaway House

Price Per Night:$90

Address or Neighborhood: Dallas

Why you need to go: Getaway House is officially coming to Dallas in October. You can enjoy a nice glamping getaway in the woods and relax with some alone time.

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Dallas Dia De Los Muertos Parade

Price: Free

Address: Downtown Dallas

Why you need to go: This is the first event of its kind and while it's not what you would typically see as romantic but there will be tons of fun things to do together.


King Spa And Sauna

Price: $45

Address: 2154 Royal Ln., Dallas, TX. 75229

Why You Need To Go: This 24-hour water park and spa is an amazing getaway for anyone. They are often having deals which mean you can go for cheap.

Cutting Edge Haunted House

Price: $30

When: Sept. 28 - Nov. 2

Address: 1701 E Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76102

Rowlett Creek Preserve

Price: Free

Address: 2525 Castle Dr. Garland, TX 75040

Why you need to go: If you're looking to spend some time outside with the nice fall weather, you might want to check out this preserve. They have tons of places to hang out and even take a hike!


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