New York City is without a doubt, one of the most romantic cities in the world. The city has many outstanding places for a fabulous date or a romantic rendezvous. These spots have everything that inspires romance including spectacular New York City views, beautiful gardens, and even some private and cozy locations. Make those travel plans now and visit one of these most romantic spots in New York City.
Most Romantic Spots in New York City
Have A World Famous Romantic Rendezvous
A visit to the top of The Empire State Building is the quintessential New York City experience. Day or night, there is something about the jaw dropping views from the observation deck that inspires romance. Over the years, couples have made many declarations of love and countless marriage proposals have taken place at this historic landmark.
Stroll Hand in Hand on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade
This park in Brooklyn Heights has spectacular views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the East River, and downtown Manhattan. On any day, you will see bikers, joggers and couples walking hand in hand together in this lovely location. The park is a quiet retreat from the busy city and is a perfect place for couples to sit, relax and feel cozy.
Feel The Love at Shakespeare Garden
Located on the west side of Central Park, the Shakespeare Garden is a great place to spend time on a date. This four acre garden has a slew of seasonal flowers and plants that all can enjoy while on benches or walking hand in hand along its stone paths.
Visit the Perfect Place for an NYC Date
Everything at The Met Cloisters says romance. This museum is located at Fort Tyron Park and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and lush greenery. This location has a very secluded and quiet atmosphere. The Cloisters contains little dark nooks that are perfect for couples to snuggle. The Met Cloisters is open Thursday to Monday from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Take A Romantic Cruise
A journey on the Staten Island Ferry is a wonderful date activity. Couples can sit on the deck and soak in the stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty. The ferry is free, and operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Ferry riders can purchase beer and soft pretzels on board for a quick snack.
Fall in Love Under the Constellations
Believe it or not, some New Yorkers think Grand Central Terminal is a romantic place. It could be due to the many constellations on the terminal’s ceiling that makes people feel romantic and nostalgic. The famous Grand Central Oyster Bar is a great place to get a great cocktail and fine seafood with your significant other.
Love the Blooms at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
At the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, guests can stroll along the lovely blossoms on the Cherry Walk or cozy up at the Tropical Pavilion. The Cranford Rose Garden has 1,000 different rose breeds and the lovely Roses of Yesterday Statue is sure to get those romantic feelings flowing.
Visit the Newest NYC Romantic Hotspot
Domino Park in Brooklyn is the city’s newest destination for couples to spend some quality time together. Opened in June 2020, this five acre public park has become a popular date spot due to its outstanding views of the Manhattan skyline and the Williamsburg Bridge.
Feel Romance Under the Stars
Couples can feel romantic sitting under the stars while learning all about space at Hayden Planetarium. Watch the fascinating film Dark Universe at the 429 seat Space Theater and learn all about the galaxy. To visit Hayden Planetarium, reservations are required for timed entry admission.
Dine at the Most Romantic Restaurant in New York
The glamourous restaurant One if by Land, Two if by Sea is a romantic institution in New York City. The restaurant is located at Aaron Burr’s old carriage house and is reported to be haunted. The romantic setting is complete with plush velvet backed chairs, candlelight, a seven course dinner, and champagne.
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