10 Fun & Unique Winter Date Night Ideas in the QCA


There are so many fun options for a date night (or girls night out) this winter in the Quad Cities!

Rent an Igloo

A fun and unique date night this winter — you and your significant other can rent an igloo at Tycoga Winery! Such a fun way to feel like you are outside – with a little bit of warmth!

Take a Staycation

Go for a swim in a heated, indoor pool, treat yourselves at the spa, or have a little fun taking risks at the casino!

DIY Wood Sign Workshop

At Board & Brush in Quad Cities, materials and instruction are provided for you to distress, sand, stain, paint, and customize your personalized piece of art – a perfect date night activity! (Check out a virtual workshop too!)

See a Show

There are 2 shows playing in January at the Adler Theatre: STOMP – for the couple who is looking for a “provocative, witty, and utterly unique—an unforgettable experience” and Hairspray – “Broadway’s Tony Award-winning musical comedy phenomenon”.

Go to a Concert

If you and your loved one like country music, Old Dominion – No Bad Vibes Tour will be at the Vibrant Arena at the Mark on January 21st!

Go for a Winter Hike

Enjoy a beautiful, quiet stroll through one of these various hiking spots for the perfect winter wonderland date!

Visit a Museum

If you’re a couple who enjoys learning new things together, check out our list of 15+ museums in and around the Quad Cities!

Go Ice Skating

Break out your inner child and go ice skating! This is the perfect date-night idea for the new couple as well as the seasoned marriage.

TBK Entertainment Center

Classic date-night entertainment. It’s the perfect indoor spot for bowling, arcade games, escape rooms, and more!

Axe Throwing

For the couple who likes to try fun, and exciting new things, Live Action Games offers axe throwing, as well as escape rooms and airsoft. You can also BYOB!

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