You could do a fancy dinner for Valentine's Day.  You could do roses and chocolates AGAIN this year. OR you could try one of these super unique Valentine's Day experiences you'll only find in the Treasure Valley!

  • Woo at the Zoo

    Zoo Boise

    Saturday, February 11th

    I'd say I don't know why this makes the Bloodhound Gang throwback song "The Bad Touch" pop into my head, but I know exactly why.  On Saturday, Zoo Boise invites couples 18 and older to come learn how their residents mate and date.  Expect tawdry, funny and passionate stories during your guided walk through the zoo. The evening also includes a pasta dinner, dessert, drinks, photos with your sweetheart and chocolates to take home!

    COST: $40 for pass holders and Boise residents, $45 for nonresidents

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  • Speakeasy Boise: Dapper Flapper

    The Knitting Factory

    Saturday, February 11th

    Want to spend an evening living out the fantasy of Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan? The Roaring 20s come back to life at Speakeasy Boise - A Dapper Flapper Night benefiting our friends at Family Advocates.  It'll feel like you're living in The Great Gatsby with flappers, gangsters, gambling, moonshine, dancing, appetizers and desserts! You'll only know the password to get in after you buy your tickets.

    COST: $55

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  • Romancing the Pen

    Old Idaho Penitentiary

    Tuesday, February 14th

    Roses and chocolates are nice, but after so many years of getting the same Valentine's Day gift they can seem "eh." Try something knew this year and bring your "ball and chain" to the Old Pen! They'll be sharing "love" stories from the penitentiary, fireside chats where they'll answer all your questions about the Old Pen and complimentary hot chocolate.

    COST: 2 for 1 on regular admission prices

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  • Bowling and Bubbly

    Pinz & Wahooz

    Tuesday, February 14th

    Sometimes Valentine's Day doesn't need to be over the top.  Sometimes you just want to bowl. Celebrate V-Day at Pinz and receive a free glass of champagne or sparkling cider while you bowl from 5-10 p.m.

    COST: $2 games, $3 shoe rentals

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