- TripBuzz discovered 112 different types of activities for couples in the Frenchtown area, including Tubing (like Delaware River Tubing Company), Bowling (like West Hunterdon Lanes), Theaters (like River Union Stage) and Art Gallery (like Designs For Tranquility), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 181 date ideas in or near Frenchtown, New Jersey, including 176 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and New Hope.
The Jim Thorpe Memorial is a red marble memorial to Jim Thorpe sitting on soil from Thorpe's home Indian reservation, New York's Polo Ground, and the Stockholm Olympic Stadium, and features a quote by Sweden's King Gustav V, and several images of Thorpe participating in various sports.
Within the Playdrome Bowling Center, guests can access 36 lanes of traditional ten pin bowling with automatic scoring systems. The bowling alley also has a large video game arcade, billiard tables, and a full on-site bar and grill.
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One Adventure Lane, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229 MoreLess Info
Offering whitewater rafting adventures for beginners and advanced thrill-seekers, Jim Thorpe River Adventures also offers inflatable kayak and mountain bike trips in the Lehigh Gorge State Park with their experienced river guides.
The largest craft brewery in New Jersey is known as the Flying Fish Brewery, and the business allows for both tours and tastings at its facility. Guests can then purchase beers, glassware, and apparel in their adjoining store.
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20 Ellis Street, Staten Island, NY 10307 MoreLess Info
Pinot's Palette Staten Island offers a paint, drink experience. Patrons will create any number of festive, whimsical and beautiful paintings while sipping on their favorite wine or beer from Pinotâ€™s Paletteâ€™s bar and no art experience is required.
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1 Tamiment Road, Bushkill, PA 18324 MoreLess Info
An outdoor amphitheater, Mt Laurel Pocono Mountain Performing Arts Center hosts a wide array of performances and events. It features a variety of live music, including nationally touring acts, as well as festivals.
Citizens Bank Park, built in 2004, is the home field for the Philadelphia Phillies. The 43,661 seat stadium also features many concession stands serving regional food, and is part of the larger Sports Complex.