If running the rat race all week has got the two of you down, maybe a romantic stroll in the natural surroundings of the Amarillo Botanical Gardens is just what you need to unwind together.
In addition to the visually captivating foliage, the Amarillo Botanical Gardens offers special classes in horticulture and gardening, live music performances and even yoga in the garden! So relax together with nature and create some truly special memories.
Take a break from the usual and take a little while to visit the Amarillo Museum of Art for a romantic date. This museum has a mission of providing quality visual arts that span all medias and time periods.
The impact of seeing any given exhibition makes a special, individual impression on each set of eyes that takes it in. In other words, you and your significant other could be looking at the same exhibit, but you may have completely different interpretations of what you saw when you sit and discuss your thoughts. Fostering that spirit of communication and expression is what the Amarillo Museum of Art constantly works to achieve.
Turn down the noise in your lives together and opt for a classic way to spend a romantic evening-or is that a classical way to spend an evening? The two of you will totally enjoy a performance from the Amarillo Symphony.
From September through May, the group has an extensive schedule of performances that will make it easy to fit into your busy schedules. Performances include spotlights on piano and guitar virtuosos as well as concerts that feature symphonic interpretations of the music of the Beatles as well as songs for kids.
Set the stage for a perfect evening for you and your sweetheart, as you enjoy the bouquet of aromas and tastes from wines made in the Lone Star State at the Bar Z Winery.
The winery features a beautiful facility, with everything from intimate tables lit by candles to a beautiful panoramic view of the canyon. Come and enjoy a glass of wine and an unforgettable romantic evening. Despite the fact that wineries in California have gotten much attention, the first winery was actually established in Texas back in 1662. The state has quietly been producing wine ever since, and is now the fifth largest wine-producing state in the U.S. Sip a glass of Texas wine, and be pleasantly surprised.
Sometimes, an intimate chat over a cup of coffee is better than any fancy, expensive evening out. Capture those special one-on-one moments at Roasters Coffee and Tea Co.
Choose from an impressive selection of gourmet coffees and teas as well as a luscious pastry or muffin to go along with your selection. The quaint tables and relaxed atmosphere of their shop will only add to the romantic mood, even if the two of you have to rush off to the office after you're done sipping on your beverage.