- TripBuzz discovered 116 different types of activities for couples in the Washington area, including Parks (like Elizabeth Park), Theaters (like Hartford Stage Company), Movie Theaters (like Avon Theatre Film Center) and Art Gallery (like Yale University Art Gallery), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 152 date ideas in or near Washington, Connecticut, including 152 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Waterbury, Bristol, Danbury and Kent.
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44 Upland Rd, The Henderson Cultural Center, New Milford, CT MoreLess Info
The Silo Cooking School at Hunt Hill Farm is a professional cooking school that consists of a museum, a gallery, a cultural center, and a land preserve. The school teaches classes on gourmet cooking techniques and also has kids classes.
The perenially popular Woodbury Ski Area in Woodbury, Connecticut is a great place to ski, ride sleds, indulge in an afternoon of snowtubing or hone your snowboarding skills. During warm weather, the Center offers zorbing runs.
581 Weekeepeemee Road, Woodbury, CT 6798 MoreLess Info
Another Farm provides horseback riding lessons and features several miles of trails for outdoor and indoor riding. The farm features a variety of horses and disciplines that include eventing, hunter & jumper, dressage, and pleasure riding.
Woodbury, Connecticut is home to the Flanders Nature Center. The Center features a huge selection of colorful flowers, lush native vegetation and local wildlife. It offers programs for kids, teens and adults and is a popular destination for school groups and scouting troops.
The Family Tennis Pro is Wayne Keeler, a professional tennis instructor who specializes in tailoring instruction for the entire family. Keeler travels locally to offer lessons at students' local parks, public courts, or even homes.
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80 Whitehall Road, Litchfield, CT 06759 MoreLess Info
Located in Litchfield, Connecticut, the White Memorial Conservation Center is dedicated to environmental preservation and education. It is an active research institution and wildlife conservancy. Visitors are welcome, and tours are available.