Planning a date with someone new can be a daunting prospect.
Should you play it safe with a local restaurant, or try somewhere new?
Maybe you know your date is into extreme sports, the outdoors or jazz music, and you want to take them somewhere new that's sure to impress!
So why not take the stress out of planning your next date, and check out our well researched 'Dating Ideas'.
Late at Tate Britain, held on the first Friday of each month is a great way of seeing art after hours!
The Stables in Milton Keynes is one of the UK's leading live music venues, offering excellent love music for all tastes. Their purpose-built auditorium deats 398 people and is the perfect place for concerts!
Why not invite your date to meet some of Britains most prominent faces from past to present, at the world renowned National Portrait Gallery in London.
One of Britain's only permenant professional outdoor theatres, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre is a great way to spend a summers evening.
If you're heading to London and want to impress you're date with a more upmarket cinema date, then check out our list of great cinemas to visit.
Go on a date to the beautiful Jacobean farmhouse and gardens at Ascott.
Take a trip to West Wycombe Park is almost a hidden gem amongst English country houses.
Take a visit to Cliveden is a country retreat with magnificent gardens and views.
Take a trip to Knebworth house which has been home to the Lytton family since 1490, and is full of their families heirlooms and stories, reflecting their part in British politics, writing and foreign service over the centuries.
Take a trip to the Hatfield house, the extravagant Jacobean style which was built in 1611 by Robert Cecil the first earl of Sailsbury.
If you’re looking for novelty date which is a bit out of the ordinary, why not visit the SEA LIFE London Aquarium on London’s South Bank.
If you or your date are fans of independent cinema, then ‘The Rex’ in Berkhampstead may be right up your street!
What could be more romantic than a leisurely stroll in London, taking in the sights and spending quality time with that special someone. A romantic walk in London couldn’t be easier to plan, the only thing you’ll need to content with is the weather!
If you want to take in the sights of London on foot with your date, but also don’t want to get yourselves completely lost, a guided walk might be right up your street! The city has so many cultural, historical and geographical hotspots it’s hard to know where start, so we’ve compiled a list of top Tour operators who will guide you through the city in a unique way.
At MeetingtheOne we've come up with the best Thai dating ideas for you to check out, including the best Thai restaurants and Thai dating activities.
If you or your date live locally to Milton Keynes, why not try out this premiere venue instead of travelling to London’s West End, and sample from their varied performance programme.
One of Europe’s greatest 17th century houses, Ham House and Gardens is on of the grandest remaining houses alongside the River Thames.
The British Museum is one of the world's oldest museums, with vast colections, only a fraction of which can be on public view at any time.
Looking for a novelty date in central London? Then why not head tothechaotic and bustling Brick Lane market.
If you're in Norfolk and looking to spend a whole afternoon or day on your date, Castle acre could be a great option as there is so much to see and do.
Planning a first date? Want to try out an extreme dating experience? Or are you trying to find a special restaurant to impress your date with? Browse through our Dating Ideas to get some inspiration!