- TripBuzz discovered 146 different types of activities for couples in the Santa Monica area, including Art Gallery (like Bergamot Station), Parks (like Palisades Park), Bike Rentals (like Santa Monica Beach Bicycle Rentals) and Other Adventures (like 26-Mile Bike Path), and much more.
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The 13-acre Scott Park is a community park featuring two basketball courts, two baseball diamonds, two handball courts, multipurpose rooms, a swimming pool, playground with slides and swings, snack bar and the Fabela Chavez Boxing Center.
100% 1 votes
Imperial Equestrian Center, 5543 Leeds Street, South Gate, CA 90280 MoreLess Info
Offering horse riding lessons, The Circle B Riding Academy walks visitors through the basics of horseback riding and horse care. Visitors can learn the Western or English riding styles with an experienced instructor.
Offering multiple athletic fields, Hollydale Park allows for an array of competitive sports including tennis, baseball, soccer and softball. The facility also offers a playground, picnic space and equestrian center.
100% 2 votes
238 Pasadena Avenue, South Pasadena, CA 91030 MoreLess Info
Specializing in California art, Michael Hollis Fine Art features paintings depicting the natural beauty of California landscapes. Some of the artists features in this gallery are Anthony Ackrill, George Carlson, Jesse Powell, and other artists.
23% 61 votes
8630 Garfield Avenue, South Gate, CA 90280 MoreLess Info
Featuring RealD 3D technology, Edwards South Gate Stadium 20 shows the latest films in auditoriums with stadium seating. The theater has ticket kiosks with touch screens for visitors wanting to skip the line at the ticket stand.
95% 214 votes
31501 Palos Verdes Drive West, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA MoreLess Info
Celebrating the Palos Verdes Peninsula's unique history, The Point Vicente Interpretive Center features 10,000 sq. ft. of displays and information on the area. The center also focuses on the life of the Pacific Gray Whale and is a great whale watching location.
Visitors can utilize a variety of trails that are good for hiking, running, biking, and equestrians at Del Cerro Park. The park is dog friendly and there is also a large grass area for gatherings and picnics.