Want to know what some of our amazing partners suggested for their 100 Must Do London Dates?Then keep reading and get to know our exciting and comprehensive list of the best date ideas that the Capital has to offer.In a weekend saturated with soppiness it can be difficult for new couples to find a compromise between the heart-shaped chocolates and a thoroughly unromantic trip to Wetherspoons.But there are ways to succeed in romance without really trying.It's hard to believe that the British Museum is totally free to visit.Open daily from 10am to 5.30pm (8.30pm on Fridays), the museum's collection consists of over 8 million objects, including Cleopatra's mummy, Greek and Roman sculptures and the Rosetta Stone.There are few more pleasant ways to spend a hot afternoon than by slowly splashing around a city centre lake. Tube: Piccadilly Circus or Leicester Square Snuggly and cosy - with blankets and couches, the Aubin is a cinema with a difference.You can also bring in wine and food from their bar, making it perfect for a low-key date night.
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, we thought we'd come up with 14 awesome date ideas to make you go all starry eyed - and they all cost less than £20!
The museums hosts a regular programme of events and exhibitions, for which you will need tickets (most are affordable) but it's easy to spend a whole day wandering around the collection, and it won't cost you any more than the price of a coffee or lunch in the museum's cafe.
Great Russell Street, WC1B 3DG (Nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road, Russell Square, Holborn or Goodge Street) 3/5 - Free, so great for students or anyone on a budget, and provided you're both into history, it should give you plenty to talk about!
A lot of the food is cheap too, I had a lovely mixed Thai curry for just £4 when I was there."Suggested by Jack Hessey on Facebook Budget: Free"The Pergola and Hill Garden near Hampstead Heath, Kenwood House (not free) and grounds (free) on Hampstead Heath, Richmond Park, walking along the riverbank from Richmond to Teddington, grabbing a cheapish lunch in Broadway Market and walking along the canal back to Angel.
Plenty of options."Suggested by Jo Bromilow on Facebook Budget: Free"One of my favourite things to do in London, on a Saturday morning, is wander around Borough Market.