5 Ways to spend Valentine’s Day in Denver

Valentine’s Day in Denver can feel like a Rom-Com in the making. I know you can picture it – snowy day in the city. The city lights glittering all around you because the sun still sets early. Walking hand in hand through the Denver’s high rises and breathing in the crisp, cold air. Denver is is the perfect place to spend Valentine’s Day – here are some ideas.

Denver Couple Enjoying a bouquet on Valentines Day

1. Valentine’s Day at The Beer Spa

For all my beer loving, brewery going, in-need-of-relaxation couples. The perfect equation for Valentine’s Day – Beer Spa + Charcuterie Board + Chocolate Covered Strawberries + Sparkling Wine. You and bae deserve a night of disconnecting from the world around you and reconnecting with each other.

2. Dairy Block Floral Fridays

The Maven & Dairy Block are partnering with Plantus Potum to bring you the most curated Flower Market Pop-up called Lovin’ on the Block. Every Friday, as well as February 12 & 13, you can find Plantus Potum providing the most beautiful variety of bouquets for bae.

3. Skyline Rink Romance

Okay, so, you know it’s damn cold here. It’s February. Unless you’re prepared for a winter hike including snow shoes or micro spikes, a day hike may not be the activity you’re looking for. The Skyline Rink hosted by Southwest Airlines is the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors without dealing with the treacherous weather conditions that comes with Denver winters.

Gay Denver Couple kissing on Valentine's Day at Red Rocks Amphitheater

4. A Night at Denver Botanic Gardens

SURPRISE! Roses aren’t the only flowers associated with Romance. Spend Valentine’s Day at the Denver Botanic Gardens as they host Love Potions from the Vine Tour. This special 1 hour tour takes place inside of the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory (so you’ll stay warm) and reveals the romantic lives of tropical plants.

5. Valentine’s Day for Foodies

CALLING ALL COUPLES WHO LOVE TO EAT – there’s honestly not another way I can imagine spending Valentine’s Day than eating my way through Denver. You can bet the mile high city is hosting the best dinner experiences for couples ready to celebrate their love with FOOD. Here are some Denver Restaraunts hosting Valentine’s Day Dinner Experiences:

An Alternative Couple engaged on Valentine's Day in Denver

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