- TripBuzz discovered 33 different types of activities for couples in the Carthage area, including Parks (like Precious Moments Park), Historic Sites (like Red Oak II), Dinner Theaters (like Stone's Throw Dinner Theater) and Movie Theaters (like 66 Drive-In Theatre), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 36 date ideas in or near Carthage, Missouri, including 25 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Joplin, Neosho, Galena and Lamar.
One of the last drive-in theaters on Route 66. This drive-in has a play area for kids underneath the screen which lights up during intermission. Old advertisements are played during the intermission. The movie starts when the sun sets. They also have a snack bar on site.
The White Rose Winery offers 14 different types of wine that are all barrel fermented on French Oak. The vineyard is available for weddings and also won the gold medal in the 29th Annual Lone Star International Wine Competition.
Precious Moments Park is a sanctuary containing Biblical murals. The artist and creator designed the Precious Moments Chapel to touch the lives of those who enter with a sense of hope and peace. Dozens of murals depict stories of creation to the resurrection.
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From magic shows to comedies, Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre produces theatrical performances for the community's enjoyment. Each production has its own custom menu for visitors to sample from while watching the performance.
Opened in 1989, Precious Moments Park & Chapel is a location dedicated solely to Precious Moments figurines. Visitors to the park commonly enjoy viewing the statues, visiting the gift shop, or visiting the chapel inspired by the Sistine Chapel.
Built in 1868 for a wealthy family, Historic Phelps House is a restored mansion with marble walls, chandeliers, ten fireplaces, stained glass, and other furniture from this era. The mansion is used as a wedding venue.
Dedicated in 1988, Carthage's Marlon Perkins Statue is a larger than life bronze sculpture that commemorates the life of the famous wildlife documentarian and television personality. The statue is located in the town park.