While dates with your significant other are great, making it a couples day or night out can be even more fun. Given all the greater Los Angeles area has to offer, there are plenty of double date options available to enjoy. Whether you choose museums, art shows, sporting events, concerts, the zoo, hiking, or just hanging out around town looking to spot a celebrity or two, get out there with another couple and enjoy all of Los Angeles.
1000 Elysian Park
Los Angeles, Ca. 90012
With the 2016 MLB season off and running, catching a Dodgers’ game or two with another couple is a fun evening or afternoon in Chavez Ravine. Always competitive in the National League West, the Dodgers return this season once again with high hopes, looking to capture their first World Series crown since 1988. Ticket prices for individual games start as low as $14, with some great promotional items during the season. Among the upcoming promos: April 25 – Clayton Kershaw bobblehead, April 27 – fleece blanket, April 29 – fireworks, April 30 – Justin Turner chia pet, May 11 – Dave Roberts bobblehead, and May 14 – replica stadium.
Los Angeles Zoo
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles, Ca. 90027
Who doesn’t enjoy a day at the zoo? For double dates, the day can be spent with some of the coolest animals around Los Angeles. Opened in November of 1966, the current Los Angeles Zoo offers visitors the opportunity to see countless mammals, including chimps, black bears, giraffes, hippos, koala bears, lions, tigers and more. General admission for adults is $20, with kids ages 2-12 getting in for $15. The zoo is open year-round except for Christmas Day.
1111 Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, Ca. 90015
When it comes to music entertainment, a trip to Staples Center should more than do the trick, especially when you have another couple or two with you. Not just a concert venue, Staples Center hosts more than 250 events and more than 4 million guests annually. Events range from professional sports, live music, family shows, boxing and special events. Along with state-of-the-art acoustics and light, Staples Center is easy to reach and parking is readily available throughout the neighboring streets.Some of the top names in the music industry have this venue on their calendars in 2016.
Los Angeles County Fair
1101 W. McKinley Ave.
Pomona, Ca. 91768
Sept. 2-25, 2016 (Closed Mondays and Tuesdays)
Who doesn’t like the fair? The Los Angeles County Fair is a yearly tradition around these parts, giving couples (and of course singles) an opportunity to get outside in some of the best weather L.A. can offer Started back in the 1920’s, the LCF offers rides, games, food and drink, arts and entertainment, animals and much more. Going on a couples date, you can challenge one another to a variety of games, with the losers having to buy food and drink for the winning duo. In 2016, the Fair hosts prehistoric creatures once only seen in books and movies, a full-service ice skating rink and shopping promenade, and an exhibit filled with actual human bodies, specimens and organs. Even though the Fair is a ways down the road, get together with another couple or two and book your date for fun.
Cinespia Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, Ca. 90038
Didn’t think a movie night in a cemetery could be romantic? Perhaps you are a tad too scared to go by yourselves, so drag another couple to a night under the stars at Fairbanks Lawn. We promise, the residents won’t make too much noise. Dating back to 2002, the movies allow you and others to cuddle up together on a blanket and watch some cinematic offerings, albeit while the residents sleep. Seating is entirely on a first-come first-served basis. You can also enjoy music before and after the movie. Check with Cinespia for upcoming shows later this year.