- TripBuzz discovered 115 different types of activities for couples in the Sterling area, including Laser Tag (like Panther Family Laser Tag & Amusement Center), Family Fun Center (like Rebounderz), Water Parks (like Volcano Island Waterpark) and Rock Climbing (like SportRock Climbing Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 412 date ideas in or near Sterling, Virginia, including 393 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Bethesda, Silver Spring and Leesburg.
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7112 Lineweaver Road, Warrenton, VA 20187 MoreLess Info
The Lasley Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts facility that has the goal of providing premier dance training to students of the local community. The center spans 9,000-sqft and has three dance studios.
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1900 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, VA 22202 MoreLess Info
Combining theater with a four-course dinner, Mystery Dinner Playhouse-Arlington, features murder mysteries that are both fun and entertaining. Located in the Courtyard Hotel, theater goers can choose from a variety of menu items.
2001 Olney Sandy Spring Road, Olney, MD 20832 MoreLess Info
The Olney Theatre Center is an artistic institution based on a four-theater campus. They offer a diverse array of professional productions on a regular basis, including dramas, comedies, musicals and holiday specials.
Dedicated to the author of the Declaration of Independence, the Jefferson Memorial features a shallow dome and a portico. The site contains a bronze statue and excerpts of Thomas Jefferson's famous document on the southwest interior wall.
An archery range and outfitter, Hoffman Archery offers a full array of bows, arrows, targets, and other archery supplies. The range itself includes a variety of targets and set-ups, and is staffed by an experienced team.
Viers Studio Glass & Gallery is an art studio and gallery dedicated to creating quality glass art and sharing the art of glassblowing with the public. The gallery features the artwork of artist Tom Veirs.
As the site where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, Ford's Theatre offers group tours where visitors can learn about the history behind the event. The theater also hosts Civil War musicals and other historical interpretations.