Teen dating ideas

It costs just £5 for a membership that is good the entire season. You can relax with a cup of coffee or tea, attend a workshop or simply stroll the garden."Suggested by joem45ac45347 Budget: Free"Walk along the South Bank, there's always something going on, even if it's skateboarding, same as Covent Garden (although a cup of tea will probably set you back over a fiver!

Also, just around the corner is Dalston Eastern Curve Garden.

Going out to "just drinks" can seem like it'll drain your wallet less than an expensive dinner would, but after several rounds, the drinks can add up. Pick up a starter set and some ingredients from your favorite drinks and get going. You'll save money from going to an all-you-can-drink brunch, and you'll still have the Instagrammable pics.

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It can be a little crowded in peak tourist season but the atmosphere is great and if you can resist the temptation to buy all of the Turkish delight, cheese and brownies (something that I've never accomplished) then it's free!

That's true of so many great markets in London."Suggested by Louise Brain on Facebook Budget: Free"I love Borough market but it is so crowded so I go to Maltby market just round the corner instead now.

Bring chairs and blankets, pack a picnic, and enjoy the great outdoors and great local music.

My son and his friends enjoy hanging out at the mall. Whether it’s a group date or a chance to hang with your favorite guy or girl, it’s a great opportunity to chat while strolling through your favorite stores.

My 17 year old is still a full-time student working part-time after school.

Suggest a group or double date to have fun with more friends.

Here are some date ideas to hopefully minimize the stress of Valentine's Day.

Budget: Free"One of the best and most overlooked museums in my opinion is the Hunterian Museum, which is a 5 min walk from Holburn station. It's full of preserved specimens, medical equipment, skulls/skeletons, abnormalities, that kinda thing." Suggested by Steff Louise Gros on Facebook Budget: Tea from £2.80"Drink Shop & Do at King's Cross have some fab activities including Lego Robots and Lionel Rich-Tea Biscuits - all absolutely free!

The only thing you have to fork out for that's less than a fiver is their delicious cocktails and coffees".

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