Free Valentines Day Activities Passionate But PennilessHere Are The Best 14 Free

Sales Businesses may want you to think that Valentine’s Day is all about spending big but as the old adage goes, some of the best things in life really are for free. Here are 14 great date ideas that will not leave you looking like a cheap skate – and prove that showing your love does not have to cost a thing. 1. Take a trip to Lyme Park,Colin Firth took an unforgettable lake dip in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Whilst re-enacting the famous wet t-shirt scene in chilly February may not prove entirely seductive, it will definitely make it a hilarious date to remember. Unknown Lyme Park: Colin Firth famously took part in his own wet t-shirt contest in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice 2. Create an impressive meal for nothingGo freegan for the night and rustle up an impressive three course meal, straight out of the bin. Supermarket skips can be a treasure trove of edible goodies that have been thrown out because they are too close to their sell-by dates or simply because the packaging has been damaged. Just make sure to let your date know in advance where the night’s meal will be .ing from – and that the food is safe to eat. 3. Head to an art gallery in your lunch breakIndulge in culture or at least have a laugh at the bizarre ‘abstract’ art with a trip to the local gallery, most of which are free entry. 4. Dance the night away together at a free club nightMeat Free DJs will help spin the love with a great selection of house and techno in Manchester, Tetsu Gomorrah is booked to perform in London and the regular Cobra .mander set is back in Liverpool for starters. 5. Make your own music with outdoor instrumentsIf music be the food of love then why not make some together by playing on outdoor musical instruments which are dotted in parks around the country. Stand on a wooden piano at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park or serenade each other on the tubular bells and xylophone at the Horniman Museum Gardens in London. 6. Put stars in your date’s eyes at an observatorySeveral observatories open their doors during the winter months to give members of the public the opportunity to see the wonders of the night sky up Dr Dre Beats close and personal for free. Godlee Observatory in Manchester and Coats Observatory in Renfrewshire are two that offer regular tours and viewings, weather permitting. 7. Be a tourist in your own city and go on a free walking tourFree walking tours are ideal if your date has a sense of adventure – and isn’t afraid of the cold. Amble through Edinburgh’s old town, learn about London between the wars or be led by the Mayor of Bath’s Corps of Honoury Guides. If you are lucky you may find one indoors, such as the People’s History Museum’s LGBT History tour. 8. Plant a tree, shrub or flowerWhy not show you’re willing to let your love grow by planting a tree, shrub or bulbs. See if any are being given away by local conservation groups or garden centres to make Dr Dre Beats way for new season stock or give a new lease of life to your Christmas tree if it has roots. 9. Catch a free lunchtime concertThe delights of high society can be yours by turning up at one of these events. One starts at 1pm at St. Martin-in-the-Fields in London and 1pm at the Theatre Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham. 10. See the sights from a free view pointWhether you live in the city or countryside, somewhere hilly or pancake flat, it’s always possible to find a great view of your surroundings for nothing. cheap beats dre Sloping parks and hills offer the best chance of escaping the crowds whilst public towers are great if you find queuing romantic. The top floors of open top car parks can also be hidden urban viewpoint gems, just remember to stay clear of moving traffic. PA Great view: The London skyline from Primrose Hill in London. 11. Go to a free dance classCreate your own rom-. dancing scene by taking advantage of a free taster dance class. Maximise your chance of finding one by checking out mid week and Sunday night listings too. 12. Expand your knowledge with a free talk or workshopLook out for events taking place at visitor attractions nationwide. Visitors to Chelsea Physic Garden will find out which aphrodisiacs can be obtained from plants, whilst those who head to the National Museum in Cardiff will be able to listen to a talk on Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood, followed by a free screening of The Edge of Love. 13. Watch a cinema classic under the starsWrap up warm and snuggle together to watch Brief Encounter free of charge, courtesy of the National Theatre. This year the London-based screening will start at 7.30pm at the Fly Tower, .plete with refreshments. 14. Find a free live music night at a localHave a glass of whisky then head to a cosy pub with live music and sing the night away. Whether based in the inner city or a remote village, there is sure to be something happening close by. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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