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7 cheap anniversary ideas that are actually fun

Celebrate together with your partner but don’t spend too much on the way!

Here’s a list with 7 ideas that not only will cost less than $100 but also be super memorable and fun.

1-Camping

What’s more romantic than going camping with your special one? This inexpensive option offers plenty of fun and romantic activities – like hiking, bird watching, or sitting around a campfire under the stars. You can even book your stay online at any federal campground through the National Recreation Reservation System. The cost? between $12 and $24, not bad, huh?

2- A picnic

If you want to escape from the city for a brief moment, (until you want to go to a bar with free wifi) grab the car and spend some hours in green space as far as possible from the sounds of the city.

3. Paint ceramics

You and your partner can create something together, literally. Then you can take it home and you will never forget that anniversary in which you created art. This way your anniversary will be truly unique.

4. Visit art galleries

Art galleries are free to browse and many offer free wine and cheese plates to patrons. To make a day of it, head to a nearby city and spend the day walking through the art district, hopping in and out of galleries.

5. Stand Up comedy acts

You can get cheap tickets for some standup comedians, mostly amateurs. But you won’t regret it, your anniversary will be filled with laughter.

6. Dance lessons

Many clubs and community centers host weekly dance classes, and some are even free. For example, NOLA Jitterbugs Dance School in New Orleans hosts free swing dance lessons for adults. Learn new moves and then go home and practice them with your partner.

7-Walking tour

Grab a map, mark some places you’d like to see, and spend the day walking around the historical district in your town or a nearby city. Just being together and holding hands will make your anniversary special and you can experience your city from a different point of view.
 

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