13 Romantic Things to Do in Texas on Valentine’s Day 2022

1. Denton

Denton sits in the midst of North Texas Horse Country, an area known for having one of the highest concentrations of horse farms in the country.  Therefore, perhaps the most “Denton” way to celebrate is by going on a horseback riding tour.

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2. San Antonio

The San Antonio River Walk is one of the best-known tourist attractions in Texas.  Hold hands with your significant other as you stroll along the river while the neon lights of lively bars and restaurants cast a soft light on the narrow tree-covered path.

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3. Jefferson

If you’re looking for a romantic weekend retreat this Valentine’s Day, it’s hard to beat Jefferson. The East Texas town’s brick streets, quaint homes, and captivating downtown provide a breathtaking setting for spending some quality time with.

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4. Big Bend National Park

Thousands of brilliant stars illuminate a cloudless night sky, giving you and your partner a light show of galactic proportions.  To take in the unfettered beauty of a wide-open Texas sky, make your way to Big Bend National Park.

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5. Dallas

Delicious food, a bottle of wine, and a table perched in a rotating tower with an unbelievable view of beautiful downtown Dallas. The combination of great food and sweeping views is the perfect way to spend a dressy Valentine’s Day with your date.

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6. Hill Country

With a glass of wine in one hand, and your sweetheart’s in the other, you roam between rows of grape vines surrounded by rolling tree-covered hills. You might, for a moment, mistake this for the scenic vineyards of Tuscany or California’s Napa Valley, but instead you’re in the Texas Hill Country.

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7. Galveston Island

Thanks to its beachfront hotels and beautiful architecture, Galveston Island is already a great choice for a romantic Valentine’s Day getaway. If you and your significant other are looking for some heart-pounding excitement, make sure to ride the Iron Shark roller coaster.

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8. Romantic Train Ride

There are plenty of romantic movies you can watch on Valentine’s Day. The Barnhill Center at Historic Simon Theatre in Brenham, a beautifully resorted 1920’s art deco theater adorned with elegant crystal and brass chandeliers and gold Chivari chairs.

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9. Amarillo

The Big Texan’s 72 oz. Steak Challenge is a famous challenge for ambitious foodies from all over the world who are visiting Amarillo. Together, you can chow down on the Texas-sized steak, as well as all the tasty sides that includes a salad, baked potato, and a shrimp cocktail.

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10. Conroe

Lake Conroe’s scenic beauty provides a fantastic backdrop for a romantic evening, but you can take your Valentine’s Day experience to another level by going on a dinner cruise. The sojourn culminates with romantic music and dancing until the yacht pulls back into port.

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11. Matagorda Beach

A breathtaking sunset paired with a scenic stroll along a wide sandy beach makes for a great end to a lovely Valentine’s Day.  In addition to the sunsets, Matagorda Beach is a great place to go if you and your significant other enjoy fishing, or bird watching.

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12. wines on winery tours

The fertile lands of Texas are dotted with vineyards and wineries that make produce some of the best-tasting wines in the country.  Spend some time indulging in romantic wining and dining during a winery tour in Texas.

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13. CORPUS CHRISTI

Travel less than 36 miles southeast of Corpus Christi to find some of the most beautiful shores along the Texas coast. Padre Island National Seashore provides lovebirds with a quiet and scenic beach getaway. Bird-watching is a popular pursuit here.

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