- TripBuzz discovered 70 different types of activities for couples in the Columbus area, including Sports Stadiums (Professional) (like Ohio Stadium), Neighborhoods (like Short North Arts District), Casinos (like Hollywood Casino Columbus) and Parks (like Goodale Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 125 date ideas in or near Columbus, Ohio, including 99 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dublin, Westerville, Grove City and Hilliard.
Breakout Games 835 Grandview Avenue, Columbus, OH MoreLess Info
Players must work together to find clues and solve puzzles, ultimately leading to their escape of a thrilling themed room
169 E. Church St., Marion, OH 43302 MoreLess Info
One of two popcorn museums in the world, the Wyandot Popcorn Museum showcases one of the largest collections of popcorn poppers, peanut roasters, and restored antiques. Visitors can take a tour, view the exhibits, and leave with a bag of popcorn.
Hosting an array of productions, both live and screened, the Marion Palace Theater is a beautiful and historical gem in Marion. The theater offers movie screenings, yoga classes, holiday events, stage plays and can be rented for private weddings and events throughout the year.
Built in 2000, Paradise Park Miniature Golf is a recreational miniature golf facility that features 18-holes of golf through a 3-acre woodland. The park also has a hand-dipped ice cream shop inside the 1800-sqft clubhouse.
Hartman Rock Garden is home to numerous works of folk art including models of Philadelphia Independence Hall and Mount Vernon among other sculptures made from a variety of materials such as stone, concrete, metal and more.
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745 N Bechtle Avenue, Springfield, OH 45504 MoreLess Info
Featuring two different courses available, Putt-Putt Golf & Games of Springfield is a miniature golf facility offering a number of amenities for its guests to enjoy. In addition to mini-golf, the center also has a variety of arcade games available.
The Huber Machinery Museum features examples of the inventions created by Edward Huber. Visitors will find steam tractors, gas-powered tractors, threshers, and the wood-revolving hay rake, which was patented in 1865.