- TripBuzz discovered 123 different types of activities for couples in the Columbia area, including Rock Climbing (like Earth Treks Climbing Center), Movie Theaters (like AMC Columbia 14), Lake (like Lake Kittamaqundi) and Parks (like Centennial Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 413 date ideas in or near Columbia, Maryland, including 392 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baltimore, Washington, Bethesda and Silver Spring.
The Charles Theatre is a movie theater that sits in a 23,000-sqft movie house that can accommodate up to 1150 people at a time. The theater shows first-run specialty films as well as big-budget Hollywood movies and foreign films.
95% 130 votes
6129 Needwood Lake Drive, Rockville, MD 20855 MoreLess Info
Go Ape is a treetop adventure obstacle course which features the country's first ever skateboard zipline, as well as multiple rope ladders and Tarzan swings which weave through the forest canopy.
At Charm City Food Tours, visitors will stop at the city's major culinary destinations on a guided walking tour. On the tour, visitors will sample a wide variety of food from cultures like Italian, Jewish, and more.
Wheaton Claridge Park is over 21 acres and includes a stream running through the park, as well as playgrounds, a basketball court, picnic area and recreation center. The center can be rented and includes a kitchen.
Founded by William Fell in 1730, Fell's Point is a historic neighborhood overlooking the water on the northern shore of the Baltimore Harbor. Once a prominent port, it is now home to a large number of bars as well as antique stores, restaurants and more.
Urban Pirates is a local company which organizes hour long pirate adventure aboard their ship called 'Fearless' which sails out from Fell's Point. The adventure includes many activities such as face painting, dressing up, treasure hunting and more.
53% 19 votes
Campus Dr, Bldg 140, College Park, MD 20742 MoreLess Info
Part of the University of Maryland campus, Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium is an athletic stadium named for former university president Harry Byrd. It has a seating capacity of over 50,000 and hosts football and lacrosse games.