- TripBuzz discovered 60 different types of activities for couples in the Columbus area, including Movie Theaters (like Yes Cinema), Parks (like Mill Race Park), Architecture Tours (like Columbus Architecture Tours) and Hiking Trails (like People Trails), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 42 date ideas in or near Columbus, Indiana, including 28 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Greensburg, Edinburgh and Corydon.
100% 3 votes
1001 East 17Th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405 MoreLess Info
Home of the Hoosiers, Indiana University Memorial Stadium is the venue for all home football games. This stadium seats well over 50,000 fans and offers a variety of concessions including signature dishes such as Hoosier dogs and State Faire mini-donuts.
Limited releases, dry wines and semi-dry wines, and plenty other specialties await the visitor of the Oliver Winery. It hosts special events, such as live-bluegrass concerts, and it can be rented for private events.
Bryan Park is a community park that features a walking and jogging trail loop along with an outdoor swimming pool. The park also has playgrounds, tennis courts, a baseball diamond, pavilions, and exercise stations.
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1965 S Henderson Street, Bloomington, IN 47401 MoreLess Info
A city owned and operated ice rink, the Frank Southern Center/Ice Arena is open seasonally between September and March. The arena hosts youth hockey leagues, offers open skating, and can be reserved for parties.
Built in 1922, the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre is included on the National Register of Historic Places. It is now a performing arts center which hosts more than 200 events each year, organized by more than 50 organizations. It has a seating capacity of 616.
89% 9 votes
202 East 6th Street, Bloomington, IN MoreLess Info
With both rotating and permanent exhibits to browse, Monroe County History Center & Genealogy Library offers visitors a look at the region's history and culture. The permanent exhibit includes artifacts like a carriage, pioneer cabin, and agricultural tools.
The Wylie House was built in 1835 and was the home of Andrew Wylie, who was the first president of Indiana University. Today, visitors can explore the house's unique architecture and furnishings from the past.
The WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology has thrilled more than 740,000 visitors to its award winning exhibits. Young and old will enjoy the Bubble-Airium and the live insects, lizards and reptiles in the Science Gallery.