- TripBuzz discovered 53 different types of activities for couples in the Durham area, including Sports Stadiums (Professional) (like Durham Bulls Athletic Park), Hiking Trails (like American Tobacco Trail), Family Fun Center (like Wheels Fun Park) and Theaters (like DPAC - Durham Performing Arts Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 140 date ideas in or near Durham, North Carolina, including 116 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Cary and Wake Forest.
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Xtreme Ziplines 7460 Wake Forest Rd,, Durham, NC MoreLess Info
Brand-new zipline facility invites guests of all ages to soar through the trees on eight different lines
88% 164 votes
Cape Fear River
Wilmington, NC MoreLess Info
Located in northeastern North Carolina, the Cape Fear River stretches 200+ miles to the Atlantic Ocean. The basin of the river is the largest in the state. A trail runs along the long stream and popular birding area.
100% 3 votes
139 Rand Street, Sanford, NC 27332 MoreLess Info
With 24 lanes of bowling, Kendale Bowling Lanes is home to tournaments, leagues and events like moonlight bowling. It offers food and drinks, a pro shop, arcade games, billiard tables and a lounge with adult beverages.
80% 10 votes
Hwy 42 West, Sanford, NC 27330 MoreLess Info
Old Gilliam Mill Park is a 16 acre park featuring a mill built in 1850 by Stephen Henley. Attractions and available activities include the mill itself, walking paths, picnicking, and occasional special events.
97% 94 votes
River Park Drive, Danville, VA MoreLess Info
The modern era within the city is basically defined by Danville's Riverwalk Trail. Many visitors are drawn to the attraction for walking, hiking, biking, and simple strolling along the trail which also connects to historic sites in the region.
87% 31 votes
677 Craghead Street, Danville, VA 24541 MoreLess Info
Offering educational programs and exhibits, Danville Science Center is a popular field trip destination for schools. Hands-on learning projects and activities such as short films and a small-scale town for dramatic play are also provided.
100% 24 votes
P.O. Box 6, Danville, VA 24543 MoreLess Info
The Danville Historical Society's Guided Walking Tour is actually one of two tours offered by the Historical Society. One ventures into Danville's historic Millionaire's Row, while the other visits a professional African-American neighborhood that dates back to the 1870s.
100% 1 votes
117 Broad Street, Danville, VA 24541 MoreLess Info
As the former home of Nancy Langhorne, also known as Lady Astor, Langhorne House offers historical artifacts from the Colonial Southern era. The tour takes visitors through her house and explains the history of tobacco in Virginia.
92% 189 votes
501 Yanceyville Street, Greensboro, NC 27405 MoreLess Info
Greensboro, North Carolina is home to The Arboretum, a large botanical conservatory that includes a butterfly garden and dozens of other plant habitats. The Arboretum is open throughout the year, and admission is free.
50% 2 votes
210 North Union street, Danville, VA 24541 MoreLess Info
Open by appointment only to the public, Danvillian Gallery features the work of contemporary New York artists. The gallery features paintings and hosts events for new artwork added to the collection.
86% 7 votes
629 N Main St, Danville, VA MoreLess Info
Founded just after World War II, the Historic North Theatre offers 500 seats for a variety of performances. The site also has a restaurant and bar, art gallery, gift shop, and adjoining bed and breakfast.