- TripBuzz discovered 63 different types of activities for couples in the LaPlace area, including Off Road & ATV (like ATV Swamp Tour), Parks (like New Orleans City Park), Theaters (like Rivertown Theaters for the Performing Arts) and Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Global Wildlife Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 38 date ideas in or near LaPlace, Louisiana, including 37 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Metairie, Kenner, New Orleans and Vacherie.
ATV Swamp Tour offers several outdoor guided adventures through the swamps of Louisiana. Visitors can learn to ride an ATV while speeding past gators and other wildlife, or embark on an airboat tour or private fishing charter.
Featuring performances acted out by students, Project Educational Theatre hosts plays with fairy tale themes like Jack and the Beanstalk, Hansel and Gretel, and more. The theatre brings plays to different schools so that children can receive performing arts education.
A movie multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies, The Grand 14 Esplanade features large reclining seats and digital video and sound. The theater serves a variety of concessions, including hot dogs.
A traditional bowling center with 64 lanes, AMF All Star Lanes offers open and league bowling with a pro shop. The center also provides an LED light show, a bar, pool tables, arcade games, a snack bar and televisions.
The Kenner City of Louisiana has a population of around 66,000, and is the largest city in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. The city features a variety of attractions, including the historic Rivertown district and the Treasure Chest Casino.
Jefferson Ballet Theatre promotes classical ballet through professional performances and educational programs and has performed many popular productions. Classes are based on both the Vagonova syllabus and the Ceccheti method of ballet training.
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Zam's Bayou Swamp Tours offers guided tours of a bayou where visitors can catch glimpses of alligators among a number of ancient oaks and farmlands.