You guys like watching scary movies and playing with ouija boards.
Try visiting one of these haunted places in Vancouver and let us know if you see anything trampoline park, and if you didn't, you still will.
IKEA // #1-3320 Jacombs Rd and 1000 Lougheed Hwyvia @undefined Okay so we don't mean take your dog out for a walk, though we guess you could.
But take your SO out to a super cute day at zoo if you or they love animals. Greater Vancouver Zoo // 5048 264 St, Aldergrovevia @coulsonator If you haven't already been to Storm Crow, you must.
As long as you don't mind that there will more than likely be hundreds of kids running around, you're good.
Telus World of Science // 1455 Quebec @cecerahoerason Going to IKEA and playing house, and then finishing they day off with some good old Swedish meatballs could low key end up being one of the most fun dates you'll ever have.
From hiking to hosting an at-home movie marathons, great dates don’t have to cost a fortune—or anything at all.
Extreme Airpark // 14380 Triangle @theuncommonlaw No, not like a virtual date, but a date playing with virtual reality tech toys.
The only hitch is, coming up with free date ideas that aren’t a little lame is not super easy.
Dating can be a lot of things: exciting, fun, nerve-wracking… Getting rid of the pre-date jitters is easier said then done, but solving the pricey problem is definitely doable.
Head over to a local food market or food festival with your date and snack on some delicious samples. A little tip to make it extra fun and a little saucy? Look online for times that local museums offer free admission (it’s usually in the evening) and roam around with that special someone.
This modern-day real-world treasure hunt is the perfect adventure. Take a dip, make a sandcastle, play a game of beach volleyball, or just totally chill out together while soaking up some sun this summer.
Don't forget to take some awesome couples IG photos while you're at it.