How to Spend Valentine's Day 2019

12, February 2019 09:01 PM

Scrambling to find somewhere to go this Valentine’s Day? Look no further, here is a list of things you can do around Vancouver this Thursday:

Snowshoe Fondue at Grouse Mountain

Looking to do something outdoors? Check out Grouse Mountain’s Valentine's Day Fondue event. You’ll be able to go on a guided snowshoe tour then indulge in some warm chocolate fondue in a cozy setting.

Where: Grouse Mountain, 6400 Nancy Greene Way

When: February 14 or 15th, 6-8pm or 8:30-10:30pm

How much? $68.25

Heart-shaped macaroons from Meinhardt


After Hours at the Vancouver Aquarium

Learn about marine animals at the Vancouver Aquarium’s After Hours, adult-only event. Drinks will be available and you will even have the chance to meet a penguin!

Where: Vancouver Aquarium, 845 Avison Way

When: February 14th, 6-11pm

How much? $27 for members, $35 for non-members


Improv Show at Granville Island

Spend the evening laughing with others at the Improv Centre’s Valentine’s Day show, My Funny Valentine.

Where: The Improv Centre, 1502 Duranleau Street

When: February 14, 7:30pm

How much? $34


Spa Day at Scandinave

Enjoy a luxurious massage in the peaceful setting of the Scandinavian spa in Whistler. Surrounded by trees and snow, enjoy the relaxing baths with your partner, friends, or treat yourself by going solo!

Where: Scandinave Spa, 8010 Mons Road, Whistler

When: Spa opens at 9am

How much? Check out their website for more information on packages here.

Scandinave Spa

     Photo from @scandinavewhis

Some Enchanted Evening at the Fox Cabaret

Spend the evening at the Fox Cabaret and watch some of the city’s best musicians, comedians, and drag performers.

Where: Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main St

When: February 14, 9pm (doors open at 8)

How much? $15 for singles, $75-85 for couples (includes a table, drinks, flowers, and more.)


Love Bites: Beer and Chocolate Pairing

Learn about how chocolate is made, different pairings and, of course, try them all!

Where: Luppolo Brewing Co., 1123 Venables St.

When: February 14, 7-10:30pm

How much? $30, price includes 5 beer and chocolate pairings


An Evening at Home

For those who want something a little more low-key and budget-friendly, consider spending the evening at home. If you don’t have a partner to spend Valentine’s Day with, make it an evening with friends or a relaxing evening to yourself. The food possibilities are endless… Fondue, caviar, pizza, whatever your heart desires. Sit back, relax, and maybe start a new show on Netflix. You can even try a face mask or bubble bath for added relaxation!

Schmear Face Masks

      Photo from @schmearnaturals (available at Meinhardt)



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