- TripBuzz discovered 58 different types of activities for couples in the Berea area, including Art Gallery (like Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea), Parks (like Berea Parks & Recreation), Theaters (like Berea Arena Theater) and Arts Centers (like Berea Arts Council), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 35 date ideas in or near Berea, Kentucky, including 21 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Richmond, Nicholasville, Lexington and Danville.
The smaller sized Wood Creek Lake is spread over 625 acres and is a very popular fishing site with a tackle and live bait store as well as a boat dock. The lake is even home to the fishing state record for a largemouth bass size.
At Euro Wine Bar, visitors can sample from a selection of red and white wines from around the world, including Cabernet, Pinot Grigio, and more. The bar offers wine pairing such as smoked salmon, baked brie, and truffle oil popcorn.
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105 E Walnut Street, Danville, KY 40422 MoreLess Info
Constitution Square Historic Site is a park and open-air museum that celebrates the early political history of Kentucky. The site features replicas of three buildings that stood on the original city square, including the courthouse that housed ten constitutional conventions.
Once Daniel Boone's residence, the Boonesborough State Park is an interesting and historical stop for travelers through the Winchester area. The park features historical buildings, sprawling farmland, reenactments and preserved documents.
125 S. Second St, Danville, KY 40422 MoreLess Info
A National Historic Landmark, the McDowell House Museum was built between 1792 and 1820, in three stages. It is dedicated to Dr. Ephraim McDowell, the first man to perform an ovarian tumor removal.
Constitution Square State Park is the site of Kentucky's Constitution signing in 1792. Guided tours are available through this history-rich area, and sights include log cabin meeting houses, a courthouse, jail and schoolhouse, and a memorial for Kentucky's governors.
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125 S 2nd Street, Danville, KY 40422 MoreLess Info
Designated a National Historic Landmark, the former home and office of pioneer surgeon Ephraim McDowell is now the McDowell House and Museum, Inc. Apothecary and Gardens. Visitors will hear McDowell's amazing history and explore antiques and early medical equipment.
Since 1980 patrons have enjoyed live performances - plays and other special events - at the West T Hill Community Theatre. It was named for its founder, a theater devotee, historian, and scholar of fine arts.