The main attraction in town is the Mystic Seaport, where you can see old restored ships and a tiny recreated 19th-century village.
(You better believe they have a printing press.) There's also an aquarium, planetarium, and dining options outside that one famous pizza place.
At a certain point in every relationship, dollar pizza date nights just don't cut it anymore.
You've got to step up your game, and what better way to do that than get the hell out of town?
But most importantly, it has mountain opera, which everyone knows is the best kind.
Napa Valley is the expected choice here, but you can mix it up by pretending to be Batman and enjoying your California wines in a legit cave.
While there are many excellent, echo-y options out there, most of them are reserved for private parties (read: crazy expensive to book). After you've finished your subterranean wining, there's plenty of excellent food, shopping, and river sports in Napa to fill the rest of your vacation. You're probably thinking this should be a ski resort town, but why limit yourself to the slopes?
At Estes Park, active couples can go whitewater rafting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, climbing, zip-lining, and ropes-coursing all in one weekend.
And if you're in the Sunshine State with a boy/lady friend, you might as well find one where you're allowed to ride horses!
You can check out those, plus the Delaware Art Museum and, like, so many parks.
But if your partner has a home shopping addiction, beware: the QVC studios are just over the state line.
There's requisite scuba and parasailing action, but also a PARTY BOUNCE PLAY full of inflatable slides and bounce houses.
It's technically for children, though they might be open to letting a nice-looking adult couple in. Grant Home, and nothing's quite as sexy as dead presidents named Ulysses.