Ahhh, it’s the season of love in the city we love – Indy. Whether you plan to surprise your sweetheart with a night on the town or order in, there are so many options to keep your budget in check while celebrating your devotion and care. Check out these ideas for an affordable Valentine’s Day in Indy.
Fill your dearest’s heart and soul with Art & Soul at the Indianapolis Artsgarden. It’s a month long celebration of African American art and artists in Indiana. Dance, music, and visual beauty celebrate the spirit of the month and best of all both the displays and a number of performances are absolutely free, leaving you dollars to use on dinner or flowers and candy. Check out the entire schedule of performers and select a day to go here.
Maybe this is your year to skip the pricey dinner and opt for a farm fresh experience. Hit Indy’s Winter Farmers’ Market the weekend before (February 13) or after (February 20) Valentine’s Day with your significant other. Purchase homegrown, locally sourced foods and treats, and prepare a one-of-a-kind meal together to celebrate your love.
Did you know that Visit Indy regularly posts great coupons for attractions, restaurants, and so much more in Indianapolis? You should definitely check them out before making your Valentine’s Day plans. From Bee Coffee Roasters to Fastimes Indoor Karting, from the Indiana Repertory Theatre to BARcelona Tapas Restaurant, there are so many great offers to consider. Check them all out here and be sure to call ahead and double check that your coupon will work on the specific date you’re planning to treat your sweets.
Hit Happy Hour with Your Honey
Save big on drinks and appetizers when you check out all of the great happy hour offerings in the Indianapolis area.
Whether you share a cup of coffee (or oooh something chocolate from the South Bend Chocolate Company) while strolling around the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in the Circle City, or choose to share a cupcake from the Flying Cupcake, there are many ways to paint the town red with deep love and not break the bank.