- TripBuzz discovered 60 different types of activities for couples in the Mansfield area, including Theaters (like Renaissance Theatre), Specialty Museums (like Biblewalk), Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Ohio Bird Sanctuary) and Bike Paths (like B&O Bike Trail), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 20 date ideas in or near Mansfield, Ohio, including 1 fun or romantic activity in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tallahassee.
The Coney Island Inn 20 Park St S, Mansfield, OH MoreLess Info
Restaurant, famous for its coney island hot dogs, offers a wide selection of breakfast, lunch and dinner specials
The Huber Machinery Museum features examples of the inventions created by Edward Huber. Visitors will find steam tractors, gas-powered tractors, threshers, and the wood-revolving hay rake, which was patented in 1865.
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380 Mt. Vernon Ave., Marion, OH 43302 MoreLess Info
Warren Harding's 'front porch' presidential speeches were presented on the porch of the Warren G. Harding Historic Home. A tour of the home and in its original, historic form is by appointment only year round.
As an entertainment complex, Brookside Pool & Dairy Bar offers a wide range of activities, from paintball to water basketball. Visitors can purchase a party package that includes paintball equipment, admission to the paintball field, pizza, and other perks.
The Steve Hogg Recreation Center provides recreation facilities and exercise for its visitors. Facilities at the site include batting cages, basketball courts, pool tables, ping-pong tables, and air hockey tables.
169 E. Church St., Marion, OH 43302 MoreLess Info
One of two popcorn museums in the world, the Wyandot Popcorn Museum showcases one of the largest collections of popcorn poppers, peanut roasters, and restored antiques. Visitors can take a tour, view the exhibits, and leave with a bag of popcorn.
Built in 2000, Paradise Park Miniature Golf is a recreational miniature golf facility that features 18-holes of golf through a 3-acre woodland. The park also has a hand-dipped ice cream shop inside the 1800-sqft clubhouse.
The Millersburg Glass Museum offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the history of the local glass plant, which was owned by John Fenton. Those who are interested in the artwork may enjoy the site's featured pieces and collections.