Best Weekend Activities for Every Personality


I love weekends. I love them, even more, when they’re jam-packed with fun activities that make me feel like a kid again. That’s why I wrote this blog post: to share some of my favorite weekend activities and inspire you to try something new this week!

Dancing for the Shy

If you’ve never been much of a dancer and don’t want to be, you can still learn how to do it. Dancing is fun and social and it’s a great way to exercise! You also don’t need any special skills or abilities; anyone can dance! If you want to take lessons, there are many different types of classes available throughout your city or town that will teach beginners how to move their bodies in ways they didn’t know were possible like this Bondi dance company. Classes usually cost around $10-$20 per session (depending on what type of dance they teach), so they’re not very expensive at all!

The Outdoorsy Family

For the outdoor family, there’s nothing like getting back to nature and enjoying the sights, sounds, and smells of Mother Earth. There are many ways to do this. You can hike, fish, camp, and swim. Or if you’re feeling adventurous, rent a boat or go biking!

Getting a Boat License

If you’re the kind of person who likes to get out on the water, getting a boat license is an excellent way to do it. You can apply for a boat licence test at your local DMV, and it’s usually fairly easy to obtain. However, if this is your first time applying for a driver’s license or other types of government identification, it might be worthwhile going with someone who already has one—just in case anything goes wrong during the process.

Once you have your new set of credentials (and perhaps even before), there are many ways that boating can become a part of your schedule. For example:

  • taking people out for tours around town
  • going fishing on small lakes or ponds
  • visiting nearby islands

Have Some Culture

If you’re a culture hound, then there’s no better place to be than a museum. Whether it’s art, history, or science that gets your blood pumping (or even if it’s just the air conditioning), there are museums galore in and around Orlando.

And while we’re on this topic of art: don’t forget about galleries! In addition to the many museums that show off fascinating collections of art from across time and cultures (including my personal favorite, the Morse Museum!), there are also smaller-scale museums that focus on specific artists’ work. And don’t forget about the plays! The Orlando Shakespeare Theater is one of my favorite places in town—I’ve been going every year since I was five years old. And concerts? If something is happening at Amway Center during your visit (or anywhere else in town), then by all means go check it out! There are so many genres represented here that whether you like rock or jazz or classical music will make virtually no difference at all—there’ll be something for everyone.

Visit a Vineyard

If you’re looking for an enriching weekend activity that doesn’t involve hours upon hours of travel, then visiting a local vineyard like this Hunter Valley cellar door may be just what you need. While there are many different types of vineyards out there, here are some tips to help you find the one that’s right for you!

  • First and foremost: Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Your local wine merchant should have plenty of information about their favorite vineyards in your area. If they don’t know where to recommend, ask them who else might know or can make recommendations based on their expertise and experience (and book those appointments!).
  • Next: Look at the website or visit in person! When looking at a potential new spot, it’s important to visit as soon as possible so that you can see how things look during peak season (aka summertime). This will allow for more accurate comparisons between vineyards because each one has different levels of popularity depending on factors like weather patterns and changes in consumer demand over time (or even just personal preference).

Make great memories this weekend!

Whether you enjoy quiet time in the woods or a night out on the town, there’s something for everyone this weekend. Whether you have a few hours to spare or all weekend long, we have suggestions for finding fun activities for all personalities! Look at Hunter Valley transfers.

If you love being outside and exploring nature, why not take advantage of the warm weather and make memories with your loved ones? There are tons of great outdoor activities that can be done in any season: hiking, camping, and fishing are just a few examples. If it’s too cold (or hot) outside where you live right now but looks like there will be better conditions soon—keep an eye on this list as we update it throughout springtime!


I hope you’ve found some inspiration in this list. The world is full of opportunities to make great memories, and even if you don’t think your personality fits one of these categories (or all of them!), I encourage you to look at it as an opportunity for self-exploration. Even if your weekend doesn’t turn out exactly the way you planned, it will still be an important time for reflection and growth—and that’s something everyone can use a little more of!