- TripBuzz discovered 58 different types of activities for couples in the Auburn area, including Movie Theaters (like Track Cinema), Theaters (like Merry Go Round Playhouse), Winery/Vineyard (like CJS Vineyards) and Arts Centers (like Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 71 date ideas in or near Auburn, New York, including 60 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Syracuse, Geneva, Skaneateles and Seneca Falls.
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The Merry Go Roung Playhouse is the site of an annual summer-long festival. Professional Broadway musicals and new musicals within their early stages of development are presented during the festival with a variety of other plays offered during the year.
Founded in 1995, the CJS vineyard provides over 10 different varieties of wines. The vineyard offers seasonal as well as limited edition wines and holds special events such as the 'Chocolate, Cheese, and Chambourcin' event.
Part of the Fingerlakes Mall, Track Cinema provides patrons the ability to see recent film releases on one of four screens in the theater. The theater has concessions available and utilizes digital projectors and surround sound.
Auburn Movie Plex 10 is a movie theater that features digital surround sound, RealD 3D technology, and special discounts for military personnel, senior citizens, and college students. The cinema has food and beverages available.
A small-town theater with the newest movies, Finger Lakes Mall Cinema is the perfect break for any shopping trip. Conveniently located in the mall with two to three shows per day, guests are sure to find something to see.
Located among the Finger Lakes, the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center is a multi-purpose arts facility. It hosts a variety of exhibits, and offers lessons in music, folk art, poetry, and more artistic disciplines.
Part of the larger Cayuga Museum, the Case Research Lab Museum is the backyard lab where the technique of adding sound to film was first invented in the 1920s. The museum offers regularly scheduled informative tours of the preserved facility.