- TripBuzz discovered 151 different types of activities for couples in the Bellflower area, including Parks (like Thompson Park), Theaters (like Bellflower Theatre Company), Batting Cages (like All Star Park Batting Cages) and Bike Paths (like San Gabriel River), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 1265 date ideas in or near Bellflower, California, including 1248 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Long Beach and Newport Beach.
The Mount Low Railway Trail offers guests the opportunity to travel along what was the only scenic mountain electric traction railroad in the country. The 5.8 mile trail takes guests from Angeles National Forest to Mt. Lowe Trail Camp.
88% 26 votes
North Santa Monica Blvd & North Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 MoreLess Info
Beverly Gardens Park is a unique 1.9-mile long linear park that is a very popular location among tourists. Visitors flock to the 40-foot Beverly Hills sign located within the park, one the most photographed areas in the city.
100% 3 votes
787 W Woodbury Rd Ste 6, Altadena, CA 91001 MoreLess Info
Instructors from Classical Ballet Academy help visitors of all skill levels improve their dance skills and learn proper technique. The academy offers beginner to advanced level classes, as well as an additional strength training class.
92% 104 votes
The Peninsula Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills, CA 90212 MoreLess Info
Experience gemstone-powered skin therapies at The Peninsula Spa in Beverly Hills. The spa offers a variety of face and body treatments using Shiffa Gem Oils, which are combinations of botanical extracts and sapphires, rubies, emeralds and diamonds.
90% 52 votes
3101 W Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA 92663 MoreLess Info
The Gondola Adventures, Inc. - Private Cruises takes passengers through quaint canals guided by a charming gondolier. There are several touring options, including ones that take off right as the sun sets as well as romantic packages for marriage proposals.
The Bridge to Nowhere is a famous stopping point in California which runs over the San Gabriel River. It originally did have a road leading to the bridge in the 1930s, but the road was washed away in 1938 which resulted in the name of the Bridge to Nowhere.