- TripBuzz discovered 59 different types of activities for couples in the Farmington area, including Off Road & ATV (like Off-Road Driving Academy), Zoos (like Woodland Zoo & More), Caverns & Caves (like Laurel Caverns) and Spas (like Woodlands Spa), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 35 date ideas in or near Farmington, Pennsylvania, including 31 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Morgantown, Ohiopyle, Uniontown and Oakland.
Poor Yorick's Players is a motley troupe dedicated to entertainment, education and cultural enrichment through the dramatic arts, with specific emphasis on the works of William Shakespeare. They perform at Tall Trees Amphitheater and are open to the public.
Formerly used as a stop for the underground railroad, the LeMoyne House is now a historic house frequented by tourists and locals. The house is now home to the Washington County Historical Society and museum and is open for guided tours.
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Housed in a Colonial style mansion, C. William Gilchrist Museum of the Arts has been beautifully restored and made open to the public. Along with a large art collection, the museum includes an art library, botanical garden and meeting rooms.
Built in 1788, the Bradford House is a historic location that was home to the Whiskey Rebellion. The house serves as a museum dedicated to educating the public about David Bradford, the home's namesake and influential player in the rebellion.
Hosting youth sport leagues, Monroeville Sports Center offers visitors a sports facility with a multipurpose indoor field for soccer, basketball, and dodgeball. The center also hosts several fitness programs such as yoga, cardio, and sports classes.
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Forrest Avenue, Washington, PA 15301 MoreLess Info
Lemoyne Multi-Cultural Community Center engages students in out-of-school and after-school programs and activities. The Center also offers educational programs to enhance learning opportunities and providing entry into successful workforce endeavors and post-secondary education.
At the bottom of the railway depot is the Cumberland Visitor Center. The first floor is the visitor center and C&O Canal National Park museum, and on the second floor is the lobby for the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad.
An art deco-styled, vintage 1930s-style theater, the New Embassy Theatre hosts a wide variety of entertainments. Cumberland's oldest theater, it shows films as well as hosting live drama, burlesque shows, and a variety of live musical performances.