Teenagers can enjoy a great Valentine’s Day date by including one of these teen friendly venues in their Valentine’s Day plans. Teens can take their sweeties out to eat, take a chocolate tour, or enjoy a festival. Why stress over how to pay for a great date? These free and low-cost activities will impress your valentine. Invite other friends to join you for some Valentine’s Day fun in St. Louis.
Valentine’s Day activities:
- Free Burnin’ Love festival at Forest Park. From 4 p.m.-10:30 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, you can enjoy live music performed by headliner Pokey LaFarge, The Royal Rhythm & Blues All Star Review, and “Elvis” performing the night's title song. There will be a light show, heated tents, bonfires, fire dancers and fireworks. You and your sweetie can enjoy snacks and drinks from some of St. Louis' best-loved eateries.
- Take your sweetheart on a chocolate tour. St. Louis’ Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate has opened a new factory in Florissant, and is offering free tours. You can walk hand in hand, as you watch chocolate beans and powders mix and spin into a delicious confection.
- HomeTown Buffet in Bridgeton has a Valentine’s Day weekend special. Starting Friday, February 14 at 11 a.m. through February 16, Hometown Buffet is featuring Valentine’s themed desserts and an extra Valentine Gift to go. Diners will receive a coupon for a Two Can Dine dinner for $15.99 on your next visit. The offer includes two kids' meals for just 99 cents each, and is good February 17-March 2.
- Do something different. Kirkwood Ice Arena has public skating all day on February 14. You can slip, slide, or glide on the ice holding hands, laughing, and making memories. You may even steal a kiss over hot chocolate in the warming room.