Or maybe you just want to take a stroll on the promenade.The truth is Santa Monica has tons of awesome things for you to do.Check the list below for an awesome rundown of additional ideas.

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She (or he) will be happy you’re so considerate, and you’ll save some bucks by picking fun and free (or nearly free) activities you can both enjoy together. Well, as the title may imply, below I have compiled a list of great activities ideal for a low budget so you won’t have to worry about who will pay. When it comes to doing more for less Griffith Park is one of he L. For one thing, you can take a nice hike at the Griffith trail (more on hiking later), where you will find yourself surrounded by nature and wilderness.

[RELATED: The Best Way to Find Discount Events in Los Angeles] In short, have a plan. These suggestions will save you the shame of having to look through your couch hoping to find some quarters and nickels that may have gotten lost over the years, and your date will enthused because you’ve decided to take him/her somewhere different than just the same old haunts. Also the Griffith Observatory is FREE and if you would like to see a live show at the Sameul Oschin Planetarium, it is only $7 dollars per admission or $5 for students!

See more: A Handy List of All the Free Museums in Los Angeles For a nice hot day how would your date enjoy a day at the beach? Perhaps, if you and your date have time, you could also go to the Camera Obscura where you can appreciate the art of photography.

Or maybe you’d like to attend special Twilight Concert series during summer as well.

You could also join the drum circle if you are walking by, you will not be able to miss them!

Venice beach is just one of those places where both you and your date could enjoy the sunset.

Maybe if you both are into fishing, at the Venice pier, you can share some laughs and good vibes while catching fish.

Let’s face it, dating (especially for guys) can get real expensive, real fast.

Even just doing your standard dinner and a movie 4-5 times a month would put a strain on any normal college student’s budget.