Fun late-night date ideas

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You can get coffee and chit-chat any time of the day. When the sun goes down, take advantage of the late-night energy and go out on a fun date. Enjoy some primarily nighttime activities. These fun late-night date ideas will allow you and your date to enjoy each other's company from dusk til dawn.


In many cities, movie theatres are open later than most other businesses for a reason: There are plenty of daters looking for a fun late-night activity. Take advantage of this option and go see a movie. Take care of more active activities earlier in the day (hiking, shopping, dinner) and end the evening sitting in a comfortable seat, enjoying some simple entertainment. Consider a midnight movie, taking in a cult classic like "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," or a B-movie marathon. Go to a drive-in cinema during the summertime. Another option is to stay home and watch movies into the night.


Take advantage of an exclusively late-night activity. Lie out underneath the stars and enjoy a fun and romantic time on your next late-night date. Find a location free from obstructions like skyscrapers and power lines. Lay out a blanket, sit back and enjoy the splendour of the night sky. Whether you end up having a philosophical discussion about the universe or spend time pointing out different constellations, stargazing is a fun late-night date idea that is also cheap and romantic. Consider bringing a telescope to or even visiting an observatory.


See how well you and your date know your history, pop culture, sports and more, with a game of late-night trivia. Many bars host trivia/Quizzo nights, testing patrons' abilities to retain random information. Sign up for a game of trivia. You and your date will have fun working together to come up with answers to questions of varying difficulty. Each of you can use your own strong suit. For example, your date might know more about sports, but you can contribute with your background in science. Consider breaking off into separate teams to have a fun competitive game.

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