25. Go Record Shopping
If you don’t have a record player, get one—they’re the bee’s knees—and then invite your date to browse the vinyl selection with you at some nearby shops, so you can learn about each other’s taste in music. (We’ve hinted at this already, but that’s another significant compatibility factor.)
26. Go to an Indoor Rock Climbing Gym
This active and totally safe indoor physical activity promises an adrenaline rush and an endorphin-boosting workout that bodes well for romance.
27. Check Out a Flea Market
It’s like thrifting, but with more variety—in case fashion isn’t of much interest to one or both of you—and extra opportunity to learn about one another’s hobbies, interests and personal style.
28. Spend a Day (or Night) at the Museum
Whether it’s science, art or history, there’s certain to be a museum around that speaks to a mutual interest. Pick a location and enjoy a healthy dose of culture and education with a potential new love interest.
29. Do Some Stargazing
If you’re lucky enough to live somewhere with little light pollution, pack some snacks and a blanket for a nighttime picnic under the stars—and, by all means, geek out and bring a telescope if you’ve got one. Live in a big city with no stars in sight? No problem—just admire the heavens at a planetarium instead.