- TripBuzz discovered 66 different types of activities for couples in the Hilliard area, including Hiking Trails (like Scioto Run Nature Trail), Parks (like Prairie Oaks Metro Park), Other Adventures (like Heritage Rail Trail) and Bowling (like Ten Pin Alley), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 125 date ideas in or near Hilliard, Ohio, including 113 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Columbus, Dublin, Westerville and Delaware.
Paint Nite 1105 W. 1st Ave., Columbus, OH MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
From adult fitness programs to performing arts, Dublin Recreation Center provides a number of amenities to its members. These amenities include a gym stocked with cardio machines and weights, an indoor lap pool, and technology room.
An 18-screen movie theater, AMC Dublin Village 18 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers reclining chairs, a bar with adult beverages, reserved seating, theater rentals and a concession area.
A unique stacked stone sculpture in the shape of the head of a Native American chief of the Wyandot tribe, Leatherlips Monument is part of Dublin's 'Art in Public Places' project. The surrounding park offers picnic opportunities on the riverside.
At Hollywood Casino - Columbus, guests will have the opportunity to play on slot and video poker machines. The location, which features a wide variety of dining options, also hosts a monthly blackjack tournament.
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Roughly one million people visit The Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center every year. Both men's and women's basketball along with men's hockey are played at the arena during their respective seasons.
A scenic park with walking trails, a pond with elephant fountains, and picturesque landscaping, Goodale Park is home to a variety of festivals and other special events. The park also features playgrounds for kids.
Home of the State Buckeyes, the Ohio Stadium was opened in 1922 and, over the time, it was upgraded until it reached a maximum seating capacity of 102,329. It is the largest stadium in the state, and besides the football games it has hosted bands like Pink Floyd and Genesis.