- TripBuzz discovered 118 different types of activities for couples in the Woburn area, including Bowling (like Woburn Bowladrome), Laser Tag (like Laser Craze), Movie Theaters (like Showcase Cinemas Woburn) and Pond (like Horn Pond), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 620 date ideas in or near Woburn, Massachusetts, including 613 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Cambridge and Lowell.
Showcase Cinemas Woburn is a movie theater that is equipped with fully reclining luxury seats, premium reserved seating, and a full bar that makes signature cocktails. The cinema also offers dining experiences.
Featuring automatic scoring and bumper lanes, Woburn Bowladrome offers visitors 40 lanes to bowl from. All of the lanes are stocked with candlepins instead of the traditional tenpins. It also has a game room with arcade games and skee ball.
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A 24,000-square-foot entertainment center, Laser Craze features a laser tag arena and inflatable play structures as well as arcade and redemption games. The center provides a snack bar and can be used for private events and parties.
Visitors can enjoy a variety of recreational activities including fishing, kayaking, cycling, walking, and jogging at Horn Pond. The paved path around the lake is 2 miles long and there also a lot of benches and picnic tables.
Built in 1976, the Woburn Racquet Club is a family owned recreational club that offers competitive tennis leagues, a lounge, an observation room, and 10 indoor tennis courts. The facility also sells racquets and stringing services.
Featuring nine batting cages with 11 different pitching machines, Ironwood Batting Cages is a popular location for baseball enthusiasts to practice their swings. The batting cages are open in-season (April to September) and offer slow to fast pitches.
An indoor ice rink that hosts a variety of ice-related activities, the Burlington Ice Palace hosts hockey tournaments and leagues. Open skating is also available, as are lessons in figure skating and other kinds of skating.
The 200-acre Mary Cumming Park, located just north of Boston, offers meadows, forests, wetlands and a network of trails for public enjoyment. Visitors can partake in day hikes, backpacking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, picnicking and geocaching.