What about to go to a museum on the first date?

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What about to go to a museum on the first date?

It is rather hard to come up with decent first date ideas, luckily, there are many ways to plan out a perfect date that both of you are going to enjoy! Most people nowadays either go out to have dinner or they just go to the cinema for their first dates, but why? Is that the only thing you should consider doing? Of course not, going to a museum can be a great way to get to know someone and enjoy their company as it is. If you are in need of something different and you need help planning your first date, check out some of the great museum-date ideas that will most likely turn out to be a great choice!

1. Open-Air Museums
Picking to go to an open-air museum is on your first date is a great idea! Open-air museums are collections of buildings and artifacts out of doors. Why would you have to be sitting all the time in order to have a great time? Open-air museums are healthy, they will not only teach you about life back in the days, but they will also have you walk around outside in the fresh air and create a great bond with the person you are with.

2. Castles
It is no secret most castles give out that romantic, old-school type of vibe. Visiting out a castle on your first date is a great idea. As you walk around beautiful gardens and look at amazingly built rooms and decorations, you will also have enough time to see how well you know about the history itself. Maybe your date does not seem like a person who knows much about castles, but they will surely appreciate seeing the clothes, furniture, and gardens you can find in many castles out there.

3. Art Museums
Art museums are often places where you can always come up with a good conversation. Art is known to impress people and we all tend to see perceive it differently. What do you see here? What do you think about upon seeing this? - Just examples of the questions you can ask to make a conversation going! If your date does not find art to be as deep as you, that is fine as well, you can always mimic the sculptures and have a great laugh.

4. History Museums
Just like castles, history museums are filled with interesting information and amazingly well-looking artifacts. Visiting a history museum could turn out to be like a winning lottery ticket, we all love to hear about a good piece of history and your date will most likely enjoy the visit! Discussing the history and everything it brings together with your date, will probably get you to know them a lot better too!

5. Technology Museums
Not to make it all about history, there are also technology museums you can go to! Technology museums are becoming very popular lately, seems like we all love to see how great of a development we have made so far! If your date loves computers, smart-phones and simply knows everything about technology, they will surely enjoy a visit to a technology museum. Though you do not need to be a computer whiz to enjoy this type of museum, they are filled with extraordinary gadgets and things you probably cannot even imagine!

Sadly, not everyone is lucky enough to have a date, but that should not worry you either! DoULike is an awesomely designed website made just for you! You can find your date by using the filters and making sure you two have similar hobbies, movie and music tastes, it all depends on you! Who knows, maybe you finally find someone who will be happy to visit a museum with you!

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