TripBuzz discovered 79 different types of activities for couples in the Milton area, including Theaters (like Milton Theatre), Breweries (like Dogfish Head Craft Brewery), Art Gallery (like 205 Lavinia Street) and Farms & Ranches (like Lavender Fields Farm), and much more.
We discovered a total of 113 date ideas in or near Milton, Delaware, including 106 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cape May, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes and Dewey Beach.
Set in an intimate tasting room setting is the 16 Mile Brewing Company. Brewing a wide selection of local brews, the company allows patrons to bring in their own food and provides weekly live entertainment.
Quest Kayak Guided Tours offers an extensive variety of kayaks for rent, whether for private use or as part of an informative guided tour. Tours include coaching on how to kayak as well as wildlife viewing, including dolphins.
Possum Point Players is a volunteer community theater organization that features live theater for education and enjoyment. They offer a wide range of performances including Broadway musicals, dramas, comedies, children's shows and dinner theater shows.
With Delaware River & Bay Lighthouse Foundation Tours, visitors can view historic Delaware lighthouses like Breakwater Light up close by boat. Visitors also have the opportunity to spot dolphins from the boat.
Named for a former five-term mayor, George H. P. Smith Park features a butterfly garden and a pond area that can be used for fishing. The park also contains a playground, walking trails and a pavilion with tables.
Delaware's Historic Lewes Farmer's Market sells almost anything related to food. Arrive early for fresh produce and flowers. Cooked foods, bulk spices, baked goods and ready-to-eat snacks are also available.
Conveniently situated in downtown Lewes, Mary Vessels Park offers visitors an opportunity to rest in the shade of its magnolia or gazebo. The park is adjacent to Lewes' historic area and shopping district.
1812 Memorial Park is a beautiful and relaxing park in the city of Lewes that is highlighted by the parks center cannon. The 1812 War Cannon, and surrounding plaques, are present as a reminder of war and those who fought here.
Built in 1765, the Cannonball House, serves as the site of the local Maritime Museum. Filled with historic artifacts and exhibits, the site played a key role in the War of 1812, and the still has a cannonball lodged in its foundation, hence the name.