- TripBuzz discovered 89 different types of activities for couples in the Franklin area, including Specialty Museums (like Franklin Gem & Mineral Museum), Bowling (like Franklin Lanes), Family Fun Center (like Fun Factory Franklin) and Movie Theaters (like Ruby Cinemas), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 92 date ideas in or near Franklin, North Carolina, including 80 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bryson City, Cherokee, Highlands and Sylva.
Established in 1930, the Fike Recreation Center is a recreational building that features a 30' climbing wall, six basketball courts, and a wellness zone. The facility is also home to the McHugh Natatorium and a .1-mile indoor track.
59% 1179 votes
1545 Parkway, Sevierville, TN 37862 MoreLess Info
Push the throttle down and race to NASCAR Speed Park Smoky Mountains for a fun-filled day of fun, thrills and excitement. The park features 8 Go-Kart tracks, a 3-story rock climbing wall, bumper boats, and much more.
The Fort Hill Plantation was owned by statesman John C. Calhoun from 1825 to 1850. Calhoun sold the plantation to the state to establish an agricultural college, and the home is furnished with artifacts belonging to his family.
Lee Gallery promotes visual arts through exhibitions that explore contemporary issues in art, architecture, cultural diversity and collaborative approaches to art making. Final thesis juries and a final year exhibition are held in this historic gallery built in 1958.
95% 74 votes
8065 South Main Street, White County, Cleveland, GA 30545 MoreLess Info
A miniature golf course designed in keeping with Helen's German mountain town theme, Bavarian Mountain Miniature Golf offers two courses with uniquely and challengingly designed holes. The course hosts private parties, and also features an arcade.
90% 20 votes
1338 Parkway, Suite 2, Sevierville, TN 37862 MoreLess Info
Artifacts, rare Bibles and Bible pages are on display at Treasuring the Word Rare Bible & Book Museum. Open year round, this museum allows visitors a glimpse into the history of the English-language Bible. Admission is free.