9 Father's Day experience gifts that you and Dad can enjoy together - from concert tickets to cooking classes
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- For many dads, the best Father's Day gift is some quality family time.
- So, instead of a traditional Father's Day gift, treat Dad to a fun activity.
- Whether it's a night out to see his favorite band or a simple family dinner, we rounded up nine experiences that make great Father's Day gifts for any dad.
- Check out all of our Father's Day gift guides for more inspiration.
You can always pair one of these activities with a small gift if you still want to make sure Dad gets to unwrap something. But, the good news is, planning a fun activity for Father's Day doesn't need to be super expensive or elaborate - all that matters is that you get some quality family time.Here are nine awesome activities you and Dad can enjoy together for a memorable Father's Day gift:
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A movie night
A family dinner
A cooking class
A live show
A beer tasting
A family picnic
A spa day
A workout class
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