- TripBuzz discovered 104 different types of activities for couples in the Ephrata area, including Movie Theaters (like Ephrata Main Theatre), Arts Centers (like Art of Recycle), Music Venue (like Ephrata Area Community Theater Inc) and Theaters (like Ephrata Performing Arts Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 120 date ideas in or near Ephrata, Pennsylvania, including 111 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lancaster, Reading, Columbia and Manheim.
Weathered Vineyards Wine Tasting Room at Historic Smithton Inn 900-A West Main Street, Ephrata, PA MoreLess Info
Professional winery offers a variety of services including wine-tasting packages with her cheese, crackers, and souvenir wine glasses
From Disney to Broadway style musicals, Ephrata Area Community Theater Inc puts on up to eight productions each season. The company offers a master class to the community that covers acting and theatrical performance skills.
Green Dragon Farmer's Market is a market and auction featuring the produce and wares of over 400 vendors. Produce, foodstuffs, antiques, housewares and clothing are all featured, with seven shared buildings and a collection of one-off shops.
An innovative and resourceful craft store with an emphasis on thrift, Art of Recycle is a volunteer-run, not for profit organization that deals in recycled art and craft materials, as well as creations made with those materials.
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66 Lancaster Ave, Ephrata, PA 17522 MoreLess Info
Seiverling Museum, LLC Car and Pedal Car Museum is one of the largest toy pedal car collections in the US. The museum features an array of colorful toy pedal cars as well as a small selection of antique automobiles.
The Ephrata Recreation Center is a fitness center that includes facilities such as a pool, a gymnasium, a game room, and a sauna. The fitness center has an aerobics room, a cardiovascular room, and a free weight section.
Choose from three tours with AAA Buggy Rides, and spend 35 – 60 minutes experiencing the area's backroads with your tour guide. Departing from Kitchen Kettle Village, certain rides visit a covered bridge, and an Amish farmhouse, where buggy riders can tour the working facility.