- TripBuzz discovered 118 different types of activities for couples in the Silver Spring area, including Parks (like Sligo Creek Park), Movie Theaters (like AFI Silver Theater), Swimming Pool (like Rock Creek Garden Pool) and Theaters (like Washington Revels), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 501 date ideas in or near Silver Spring, Maryland, including 477 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Bethesda, Laurel and Alexandria.
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1055 Taylor Ave Ste 200, Towson, MD 21286 MoreLess Info
The state of Maryland's oldest theater for children, the Childrens Theater Association offers theatrical training for young people. The Association also presents traveling live theater shows at schools and other venues for kids.
The winery and vineyard of Swedenburg Estate was recently bought by a new owner and renamed the Greenhill Vineyards. The tasting room and old stone house have both been restored, and tastings are held regularly as are walking tours of the vineyards during the summer season.
Loch Raven Tiny Tots is a program that offers three and four year-old children in the local community a chance to play and learn. Art projects, sing-alongs, storytelling, and outdoor play are among the activities enjoyed by the tots.
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3417 Eastern Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21220 MoreLess Info
In continuous operation for over 60 years, Bengie's Drive-In Theatre offers double and triple features in a classic drive-in movie setting. The theater features a variety of concessions, as well as some video games.
With direct access to the waters of Back River, Weavers Marine Service Inc has piers where visitors can see yachts and a variety of other boats docked. The marina has a small picnic area with panoramic views of the river.
Situated on 45 acres of Kent Island, Batts Neck Park has general purpose athletic fields, a children's playground, and two small ponds. It is also the only site within the Queen Anne County Recreation system that has an in-line skating rink.
The Fire Museum of Maryland showcases the history of firefighting in the state, spanning from the late 19th century to the present. It features equipment, vehicles, and alarm systems from various eras, and allows children to try on firefighter gear.