By: Megan Kujawa
Love is in the air, Milwaukee! Whether you’re sharing it with someone special, or spending it with friends and family, here are a few ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day downtown this year:
Go for a romantic evening under the stars without having to be out in the cold. See at the Milwaukee Public Museum Planetarium for only $25 per couple. Along with the show, each couple will receive a red rose and a box of chocolates to complete the date night.
Get your groove on with a . The package includes two private dance lessons and one social dance party for only $40. This would be the perfect gift to sweep someone off their feet – literally.
If the cold never bothered you anyway, take your partner . After skating around the rink hand-in-hand, Starbucks is just steps away if you need to warm up with a hot chocolate.
Are you both in need of a relaxing treat? With a float therapy session from you can get away from your busy schedules and relieve stress. Purchase a Valentine’s gift card by February 14, and get two, 65-minute sessions for only $95.
Red Lion is hosting a on February 13 for those of you seeking something new. Register you and your friends for $15 a person, and get two free drinks, a fun night out and maybe make some new connections.
Get your sweetheart a beautiful bouquet from location at the Milwaukee Public Market through February 14. Not only will they create a special arrangement that will be sure to put a smile on their face, but 25 percent of their profits will go to Milwaukee charities.
Over the next two weeks, will have love-themed decorations and selfie-spots for you to snap a pic and share with us what you love about Milwaukee. Everyone that posts with #LoveMKE will be entered to win a $100 gift card to the Milwaukee Public Market. And on Valentine’s Day, our Public Service Ambassadors will be aboard The Hop handing out valentines to passengers that double as coupons to local businesses.
About the Author: Megan Kujawa is the Marketing & Special Events intern at Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21. She is a senior at Marquette University studying public relations, marketing and advertising.Posted in: Museums & Galleries Posted in: Shopping Posted in: Dining & Nightlife