- TripBuzz discovered 111 different types of activities for couples in the Phoenixville area, including Theaters (like The Colonial Theatre), Mini Golf (like Markies Mini-Golf), Winery/Vineyard (like Black Walnut Winery Tasting Room) and National & State Parks (like Reeves Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 211 date ideas in or near Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, including 204 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, West Chester, Norristown and Media.
Housed in downtown Phoenixville, the Colonial Theater is dedicated to culture and the arts. A multi-purpose center, it hosts a variety of events including live performances such as concerts, dance recitals and stage plays.
For over 50 years the Forge Theater has been providing live theater shows to the local community. Performances range from classical to contemporary, and there is a summer youth program with a show starring the participating children.
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Located in downtown Phoenixville, Black Walnut Winery Tasting Room offers a warm and welcoming ambiance for fellowship and conversation. Special events are also often scheduled where select wines are served.
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Under the Gay Street Bridge, via Taylor Alley, Phoenixville, PA 19460 MoreLess Info
Situated along French Creek is the Phoenixville Farmers Market. The market supports the local agricultural community featuring a variety of vendors offering fresh produce, meat, eggs, local honey, handcrafted soaps and more.
Markies Mini-Golf is a 26,000 square foot miniature golf course. The course features 18 holes and is populated by numerous streams, ponds, and small waterfalls. Markies also maintains a snack bar and is available for private party hosting.
Offering a variety of stops, Ghost Tours of Phoenixville is ideal for both history buffs and ghost enthusiasts alike. Tours include an informative guide with visits to old Forge Theater, the library and haunted homes.
The World of Scouting Museum is dedicated to the preservation of Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting memorabilia. The location's exhibits focus on the origin of scouting in the United States and the birth of the Girl Scouts in Savannah, Georgia.
Dedicating to memory of a wood sculptor, The Wharton Esherick Museum features 300 of his pieces in the gallery. One of his most notable works is a curved staircase carved from wood, which visitors can touch and feel.