- TripBuzz discovered 110 different types of activities for couples in the Dekalb area, including Bowling (like Mardi Gras Lanes), Movie Theaters (like Market Square 10), Other Entertainment (like Emergence Dance Theatre) and Theaters (like Stage Coach Players), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 85 date ideas in or near Dekalb, Illinois, including 78 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Charles, Geneva, Cherry Valley and Batavia.
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260 N Evergreen Avenue, Arlington Heights, IL 60004 MoreLess Info
Thrown Elements Pottery is an art gallery and hands-on center that offers visitors the chance to make their own pottery. The gallery hosts events for kids as well as adults, and offers periodic ladies' nights.
493 Oaklawn Avenue, Elmhurst, IL 60126 MoreLess Info
There's something for everyone at The HUB at Berens Park, including four batting cages, an 18-hole miniature golf course, a water play area and playground equipment. Also available are five lighted ball diamonds and two football/soccer fields.
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1 University Parkway, Romeoville, IL 60446 MoreLess Info
Located on the campus of the school, the Lewis University Philip Lynch Theatre is the performance venue for the Theatre Deparment. Each season the department performs a variety of classic and original shows at the venue, including an annual holiday performance.
The Enchanted Forrest is a 36,000 square foot playhouse, where children can glide on inflatable slides, try a laser tag game, mini golf or any of the many video games. In here, the entire family can have a good time at the local pizza store.
Elmhurst Park District features numerous parks with walking trails, ice skating, garden plots and sledding hills. The Park District provides facility rentals and also offers a wide range of recreational activities including baseball, softball, soccer and lacrosse.
The downtown Recreation Park is the oldest community park in the city. Through new developments, it has expanded to feature a baseball diamond, an indoor gymnasium with a wooden floor, and an Olympic sized pool.
Pinstripes is an Oak Brook bistro that features bocce and bowling. Gluten-free cuisine, flatbreads and housemade pastas are among the featured entrees. The facility hosts school field trips that teach children about the games of bowling and bocce too.
Built during the Gilded Age (1870 to 1900), the Mayslake Peabody Mansion is an estate that is located in the Mayslake Forest Preserve in Oak Brook, Illinois. The large residence was the former home of coal baron, Francis Stuyvesant Peabody.
An entertainment center, Sky Zone Elmhurst features trampoline-related activities including open jumping, dodgeball, slam dunk basketball, a foam pit and fitness classes. The center also offers private party hosting and a snack bar with food and drinks.