- 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.
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The Warren County Winery Train, the only steam locomotive in operation in the state of New Jersey, takes its riders to a winery in Finesville. Guests also go on a bus ride through the farmlands.
Regal Pohatcong 12 shows newly released films with digital projection and stadium seating. Guests can purchase their tickets from a kiosk instead of waiting in line. The theater has a party room that can be reserved for special events.
Located on the banks of the Delaware River, Twin Rivers Tubing LLC offers inner tube trips down the river as well as kayak, canoe, and raft trips. The company provides life jackets, and features a deli and pizzeria on site.
Established in 1990, the Connexions Gallery is an art gallery that displays fine art, antiques, sculptures, handcrafted jewelry, and decorative pottery. The gallery has a gift shop that sells handmade artwork from local and regional artists.
The Crayola Experience offers an all-ages exploration focused on color, with 21 attractions including creating and cutting a puzzle, customizing your own crayon label, art activities, a water table and a crayon making demonstration.
The Crayola Factory offers a fun way for young kids to play, color, and learn about crayons. The Crayola experience offers activities such as: sailing a Crayola boat in the waterworks room, doodling in the dark, and a demonstration on how crayons are made.
Hosting markets on both the weekdays and weekend, Easton Farmers Market has stalls of fresh produce and local goods provided by regional bakeries, farms, and artists. The market often has live entertainment from local musicians.