For those dreary winter days when you don’t want to get out of bed…
Let Go Blue Ridge Travel plan fun date itineraries for you and that special someone!
Classic Dinner / Hang Out Spot–Capital Ale House
Come grab dinner and drinks here after work. Put your phones in the middle of the table and take time to have a real, organic experience and converse; the first one to touch their phone pays for dinner! With good drinks and food, billiards, and a stunning rooftop deck view, you can’t go wrong when choosing this prime destination.
Take a Dance Class – Social Graces Ballroom Dance Studio
Located in Berryville, VA, Social Graces offers a wide array of classes for teens and adults including private and group classes, as well as weekly dance parties. With a team of highly trained instructors available to work with those with two left feet or veteran dancers alike, you’ll soon be gliding across their ballroom floor with ease! People all over the region have enjoyed Social Graces since 2001, as it’s a pleasant and useful pastime skill to learn and have. Plan a social graces class for a fun, memorable date!
See a Play – Apollo Civic Theatre
For a more cultured twist on film, try theatre! The Apollo Civic Theatre in Martinsburg, WV guarantees a unique experience each time you go. This February 25, they will be hosting the Annual ACT Community Talent Show covering all of the best local talents in the area! This showing stands in as the perfect icebreaker, so come in and be prepared to laugh, cry, and applaud as you and your date enjoy the history and entertainment of the exclusive Apollo Theatre.
Visit a Museum – Museum of the ShenandoahValley
A landmark of Winchester, the Museumof the Shenandoah Valley proves that you don’t have to go into DC for galleries, exhibitions, and gardens. At the MSV, you have options: you can wander around the historical Glen Burnie House (ca. 1735) that’s perfectly situated on six acres of formal gardens, check out their cultured collections of art situated in a maze of galleries, or attend the month’s exclusive exhibitions. The MSV is both opulent and enticing, no matter the season, and should be on everyone’s bucket list to visit at least once. From February 11th – May 14th, they will be featuring the well-known Alex Ross Superheroes and Superstars exhibition, famous for artworks that crossover battles between popular characters from comic books and film.
From museums to plays, to dance classes and prime hang out spots, set aside time this winter to take that special someone out and experience everything the Shenandoah Valley has to offer!