Toronto is filled with many spots for those fairytale moments you always fantasized about with your boo. With the added romantic air in the fall, these spots might seem like something straight out of the movies.\nAnd although they might be outdone and clichéd, you can still check them out and live out your happy storybook relationship. These dates are totally Instagrammable, and nonetheless they'll make for some beautiful memories.\nvia @kvirdee\n1. Walking In Fall Leaves @ Evergreen Brickworks // 550 Bayview Ave. #300\nThere's nothing more romantic than a nice stroll with your love, lined with colourful trees. Take in the sights of nature right in the city with a nature walk and overhead view of the park.\nvia @marinadesapega\n2. Picnic @ Trinity Bellwoods Park // 790 Queen St. W\nPicnics will always be clichéd as romantic, and that's we love them. Another bonus of having a picnic in the fall is less bugs. Have a cute picnic in the park with your love, and don't forget the sandwiches!\nvia @elisabethmac\n3. Pumpkin Patch @ Whittamore's Farm // 8100 Steeles Ave E, Markham\nNo fall season is complete without a trip to the pumpkin patch! Grab bae and pick out some cool pumpkins to carve afterwards. Did I also forget to mention you can get some really cute selfies in the pumpkin patch?\nvia @behestanam\n4. Bike Riding @ Moore Park Ravine // 205 Moore Ave.\nBike riding at this Toronto park complete with a unique bike trail makes for the most romantic bike ride through the fall leaves. Enjoy the fall foliage and views of the ravine during this fun filled bike ride that will have you feeling straight out of a romantic movie!\nvia @miss_lily04\n5. Wine Tastings @ Macedo Winery // 1381 Dufferin St.\nFall + Romance = wine. Probably the most clichéd date for the fall, but the added warmth from a glass of red wine is needed to make for a comfy date. Sip some fine wine with your boo at this Toronto winery offering wine tasting from a huge selection of wines to choose from!\nvia @uoftc4c\n6. Bonfire @ Christie Pits Park // 750 Bloor St. W\nCreate even more added warmth with a cozy bonfire date at the park. The best thing about Christie Pits Park is the availability of a bonfire permit as well as being able to have bonfires in the fall (the off season).\nvia @agotoronto\n7. Gallery Date @ AGO // 317 Dundas St. W\nArt gallery dates belong in a cliché category of its own, but thanks to the chilly fall air, going inside and taking a look at some fine art pieces with your date on your arm is so much more romantic.\nvia @seelanjr\n8. Corn Maze @ Downey's Farm // 13682 Heart Lake Rd., Inglewood\nGet lost with your date as you tackle a huge corn maze! No need to be scared as you and your love navigate through the tall cornstalks till you find your way out. It's a great way to have time for long cute conversations!\nvia @lindork\n9. Toronto Christmas Market @ Distillery District // Mill St.\nThe Toronto Christmas Market which starts in November, is one of Toronto's most romantic spots with it's old charm and lovely art installations. Watch as the distillery district transforms into an adorable little Christmas market lined with small shops, glowing lights and a beautiful Christmas tree, all whilst your date sips on hot chocolate.\nvia @niroshiisris\n10. Legends of Horror @ Casa Loma // 1 Austin Terrace\nThe Legends of Horror show at Casa Loma makes for a spooky, yet romantic (and clichéd of course) date, as you and your date clutch onto each other while going on a fantastic adventure through a castle.\nvia @himalayancoffeehouse\n11. Sip Lattes @ Himalayan Coffee House // 2552 Yonge St.\nNothing more clichéd and fall-like than sipping on some cute artsy lattés! Choose from artsy lattés of your favourite characters or symbols at this charming Toronto coffee shop.\nvia @__jacobcondello\n12. Brewery Tour @ Steam Whistle Brewery // 255 Bremner Blvd.\nBeer can be romantic too! Tour this popular Toronto brewery with your date and sip on some really good pilsner to get your soul warmed up and into the fall spirit.\nvia @feliciascentle\n13. Apple Picking @ The Big'r Apple Farm // 8674 Heritage Rd., Brampton\nThere's nothing like picking apples with the apple of your eye! Grab a basket and harvest some apples with your love. The most important thing out of this date will be the fun experience and the cute photos you take of bae struggling to pick apples!\nvia @lindsykins\n14. Knit Scarves @ The Knit Café // 55 Roncevalles Ave.\nKeep warm with your date as you take up a new hobby that's perfect for the fall! The Knit Café in Toronto offers all sorts of knitting classes so both you and your boo can learn to knit warm goods to keep each other warm in the fall season.