- TripBuzz discovered 152 different types of activities for couples in the Claremont area, including Hiking Trails (like Claremont Hills Wilderness Trail), Parks (like Higginbotham Park & the Thompson Trail), Art Museum (like Pomona College Museum of Art) and Dinner Theaters (like Candlelight Pavilion Dinner Theatre), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 731 date ideas in or near Claremont, California, including 710 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Riverside, Whittier, Ontario and Anaheim.
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18741 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA 90265 MoreLess Info
With views of the Pacific Ocean, Rosenthal Wine Bar & Patio offers visitors flight tastings for up to four wines in a tasting room. The tasting room has a large wine bottle, table, and chair for photo ops.
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20850 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita, CA 91350 MoreLess Info
Featuring three different pools among other amenities, the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center is managed by the city's Parks and Recreation department. In addition to a 50 meter competition pool, the center also has a 160 foot water slide.
The Western Science Center showcases an array of Ice Age fossils and Native American artifacts that were unearthed at Diamond Valley Lake. One of their most popular exhibits is 'Max', the largest mastodon found in the Western United States, as well as 'Xena', a Columbian mammoth.
The Pole Position Raceway accommodates competitive go-kart racers of all ages. The facilities are state-of-the-art and fume free. Walk-in visitors are welcome, in addition to reserved birthday parties, team building, and other private events.
Lower Trestles is a well known and internationally featured surfing spot located at San Onofre State Beach. Named after the Trestle Bridge under which surfers must walk, it features consistently better surf in comparison to the remainder of the beach.
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130 N San Gorgonio Avenue, Banning, CA 92220 MoreLess Info
The Banning Center For The Arts is a fine arts center and gallery that features rotating exhibits of art from its permanent collection as well as visiting exhibits. The center also hosts a variety of classes.
An entertainment complex, the BLVD in Antelope Valley gives life to the city of Lancaster. Once a desolate downtown area, it is now transformed into a hip and chic dining, shopping and entertainment arena for kids and adults alike.