- TripBuzz discovered 65 different types of activities for couples in the Boone area, including Specialty Museums (like Hickory Ridge Living History Museum), Gardens (like Daniel Boone Native Gardens), Specialty Shops (like Foggy Mountain Gem Mine) and Rafting (like River & Earth Adventures, Inc), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 68 date ideas in or near Boone, North Carolina, including 48 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, West Jefferson and Linville.
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Tubing trips down Watauga River or New River offer tranquil self-guided floating in scenic environs
Boone Bike & Touring sells, rents and repairs all types of bikes and bicycle equipment as well as gear for other athletic hobbies like marathon running. They feature merchandise from over a dozen top cycling brands.
The Boone Bowling Center is a local bowling alley offering a number of fun services and amenities for bowlers to enjoy during their visit. These include weekly cosmic bowling, bowling leagues, tournaments, and birthday party hosting.
Rockhounds and jewelry lovers must not miss the opportunity to visit the Foggy Mountain Gem mine. Visitors enjoy mining and tumbling their own stones, learning about local minerals and shopping Foggy Mountain's large inventory of precious stones, jewelry and display samples.
Adventurous and outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy touring with Rock Dimensions Climbing Guides. The company offers various packages and tours for different age and skill levels that include rock climbing, caving and discovery courses.
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North Carolina's Mast General Store Old Boone Mercantile is a charming shop in Boone, North Carolina. Styled after the quaint general stores of yesteryear, the three-floor store sells a riot of candy, knickknacks and local memorabilia.
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History is a living art at the Hickory Ridge Living History Museum. Visitors get a glimpse of what life was like over 150 years ago as costumed staff demonstrate cooking, metalworking, carpentry, sewing and other day-to-day tasks as they were performed before the days of electric lighting and indoor plumbing.