- TripBuzz discovered 104 different types of activities for couples in the Norcross area, including Parks (like Jones Bridge Park), Amusement Parks (All Ages) (like Tiny Towne), Recreation Centers (like Robert D. Fowler Family YMCA) and Bowling (like Greater Atlanta Bowling Association), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 325 date ideas in or near Norcross, Georgia, including 309 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Roswell, Decatur and Lawrenceville.
Established in the 1930s, Dunaway Gardens is filled with pools and hanging gardens to explore. The gardens are open to tours by appointment, which take visitors through the gardens while explaining its past as an outdoor theater.
Active Climbing is an indoor rock climbing gym with bouldering routes up to 20 feet high, 20-foot tall roped walls, a 40-foot long roof traverse and fitness and training equipment. They also feature yoga and gymnastics.
A neighborhood facility, Memorial Park is frequented by families with children. Park features include a playground, walking trails, swimming pool and picnic pavilion. For added convenience, there is a nearby dog park for the family pet to enjoy.
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As a group of professional actors and directors, Town & Gown Players At Athens Community Theatre has musicals, plays, and comedies for visitors to attend. The theater has opening night events with special guests.
The Bear Hollow Zoo features native wildlife from across Georgia including bald eagles, barn owls, black bears, bobcats, and American alligators. On the weekends, the center often hosts hands-on children's activities.
A family entertainment center and bowling alley, the Showtime Bowling Center features 32 lanes of bowling with automatic scoring as well as a video game arcade and billiard tables. The center is available for party rentals.
The Tree That Owns Itself, also known as the Jackson Oak, is a white oak tree and a popular local landmark owing to the fact that it is believed to be the legal owner of itself as well as the land within eight feet from its base.