- TripBuzz discovered 83 different types of activities for couples in the Dearborn area, including Movie Theaters (like IMAX Theatre - the Henry Ford), Factory Tours (like Rouge Factory Tour), Hiking Trails (like Rouge River Greenway Trail) and Bowling (like Mercury Lanes), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 246 date ideas in or near Dearborn, Michigan, including 236 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Detroit, Canton, Ferndale and Westland.
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13551 West State Route 2, Oak Harbor, OH 43449 MoreLess Info
Visitors can view a variety of birds native to the northwestern Ohio region at Black Swamp Bird Observatory. The regional bird species include geese, swans, ducks, herons, egrets, bitterns, hawks, ospreys, and eagles.
Featuring a variety of wildlife exhibits, Sportsmen's Migratory Bird Center offers visitors a chance to bird-watch from its 40-ft observation tower. There are interactive displays that teach visitors about the native plants and wildlife in the region.
At the Aquatic Resource Center, visitors can view live Lake Erie fish species and learn about the research that is being conducted in order to protect the body of water's wildlife. The location's offerings included hands-on science activities.
The Valentine Theatre is a 901-seat facility that has been used by over 50 community groups, including the Toledo Symphony and the University of Toledo. The location hosts Broadway and children's performances throughout the year.
A natural landmark, Perry's Cave is a natural limestone cave which goes as deep as 52 feet underground. 208 feet long and 165 feet wide, this cave was named after the commodore from the lake Eerie battle, and has an underground lake at the bottom.
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93 Delaware Ave., Put in Bay, OH 43456 MoreLess Info
Standing 352 feet high, the Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial was built by the end of 1915 and is the world's largest Doric column. It commemorates the battle of Lake Eerie in the War of 1812, while also celebrating the peace which followed.
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southern tip of South Bass Island, Put in Bay, OH MoreLess Info
The South Bass Island Lighthouse was light for the first time in 1897 and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. It is the home of the OSU research. On the site there are also the 1899 barn and the 1897 oil house.
Founded in 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art features multiple exhibits of European, American and Egyptian art coupled with numerous smaller collections of glass art as well as Renaissance, Japanese, Roman and Greek artworks.