Enjoy this romantic month while celebrating Valentine's Day in Cumberland Valley. Plan the perfect celebration for your special someone, or family, with the Valley's assortment of fun restaurants and attractions and unique shops to find the perfect gifts.

If you're looking for an untraditional date night, try surprising your date with an evening filled with swing dancing at The Green Door Dance Studio, take in a show at one of the Valley's performing arts centers, learn something new together with a skiing or snowboarding lesson at Roundtop Mountain Resort or enjoy ice skating at Twin Ponds.

If you are in need of a restaurant suggestion, check out the list of eclectic dining hotspots in downtown Carlisle at VisitCumberlandValley.com, options include Italian, Belgian, Moroccan, Japanese, English and more. You can also dine with views of the Susquehanna River at Dukes Riverside Bar & Grille, Dockside Willies and RockBass Grill in Wormleysburg.

When it comes to gifts, think outside the traditional candy box and pick out something tasty at one of the Valley's candy shops. Pick up a few nostalgic sweets at Georgie Lou's Retro Candy & Gifts in Carlisle, delicious brittle at Brittle Bark in Mechanicsburg, or delicate chocolates at Macris Chocolates in Lemoyne.

If you're looking for a perfect piece of jewelry for your special someone head to Creative Elegance in Camp Hill to browse their Sorrelli collection, Higashi Pearls & Fine Jewelry in Lemoyne for a one-of-a-kind selection or Meeka Fine Jewelry in Camp Hill for a custom-made piece.

The perfect complement to any gift is a bottle of wine. Browse our local wineries or visit Castlerigg Wine Shop in downtown Carlisle to find the right bottle to share. If you're shopping for a beer-lover, grab them a growler at one of the Valley's breweries including Molly Pitcher Brewing Company, Appalachian Brewing Company, Pizza Boy Brewing at Al's of Hampden and Market Cross Pub & Brewery.

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