- TripBuzz discovered 76 different types of activities for couples in the Suffolk area, including Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge), Movie Theaters (like Regal Harbour View Grande Stadium 16), Art Gallery (like Shooting Star Art Gallery) and Arts Centers (like Suffolk Art League), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 104 date ideas in or near Suffolk, Virginia, including 90 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Hampton.
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5860 Harbour View Boulevard, Suffolk, VA 23435 MoreLess Info
Entertainment from around the world can be found at Regal Harbour View Grande Stadium 16. Visitors come to enjoy the latest movies, concerts, comedy specials, sporting events, and much more.
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524 North Main Street, Suffolk, VA 23434 MoreLess Info
The Suffolk Division of Tourism Great Dismal Swamp Guided Nature Walk is a nature walk within the Great Dismal Swamp wildlife refuge. Participants will follow a biologist and learn about flora, fauna, and wildlife in the surrounding 111,000 acre wilderness.
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5860 Harbour View Blvd, Suffolk, VA 23435 MoreLess Info
A 16-theater Regal Cinema, Harbour View Grande Movie Cinemas shows a variety of first-run movies. It features reclining seats, digital video and sound, and a variety of refreshments available from the concession stand.
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1000 Bennetts Creek Park Road, Suffolk, VA 23435 MoreLess Info
Situated on 57 acres, Bennett's Creek Park features water access for fishing, crabbing and boating along with tennis courts and a disc-golf course. The park also provides picnic facilities, a skate park, open fields and a nature trail.
Founded in 1996, Shooting Star Art Gallery is an art gallery dedicated to fostering relationships between artists and patrons. The gallery has featured artwork by hundreds of artists, both local and national. Shooting Star also hosts occasional art shows.
The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is the largest remaining area of what used to be a habitat of over one million acres. Wildlife in the refuge includes hundreds of species of birds, black bears, grey fox, beavers, mink, and much more.
Built in 1837, Riddick's Folly House Museum is a restored mansion and museum that serves to educate visitors on 19th century history. Attend a guided tour through the museum or visit a reenactment on the mansion's grounds.
Offering a view of the Nansemond River, Sleepy Hole Park has a 5-acre freshwater lake that can be used for fishing along with trails for hiking. The park has volleyball and horseshoe courts, picnic shelters and a playground.