- TripBuzz discovered 55 different types of activities for couples in the Lexington area, including Specialty Museums (like George C. Marshall Museum), Theaters (like Theatre at Lime Kiln), Horse Races (like Virginia Horse Center) and Movie Theaters (like State Theatre), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 27 date ideas in or near Lexington, Virginia, including 12 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Natural Bridge, Bedford and Wintergreen.
Theatre at Lime Kiln is an outdoor theater. They offer a wide cross section of performances including plays and concerts. Food and drinks are available for purchase. Outside food and drinks are not allowed. Porta-potties are available.
Boxerwood Garden develops and administers year-round activities, presentations and exhibits designed to encourage closer relationships with one's self and nature. They have a mature collection of rare and native trees and shrubs including over 2,000 cultivars and 4,000 native trees.
Lime Kiln Theater is an outdoor theater that hosts a variety of performances; including plays, music concerts, dances, art and more. In the summer they are known for their concerts that highlight local musicians and artists.
The 600-acre state-of-the-art environment called the Virginia Horse Center focuses mostly on horse shows and other livestock-related events. Other amenities on the grounds include a campground, restaurant, banquet facilities, and a gift shop.
Within Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains is a naturally formed rock shape and related caverns that is called the Natural Bridge Caverns. The natural trail around the landmark explores the stone arch, Cedar Creek, and Lace Falls while there is also an indoor butterfly garden for visitors.
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The Haunting Tales Lexington's Ghost Tour takes guests on a unique view of Lexington at night. Experience many stops, including the darkened alleys of Lexington and Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery on the 1.5 hour seasonal tours.
A gallery with a varied collection, Lexington Artists Co-Op is a group of artists and crafters working together to promote their work and passion for art. The group includes painters, photographers and pastel artists.
The first community-owned non-profit drive-in theater in the United States is Hull's Drive-In. Movies and events are still held during their summer operating season with plenty of room for cars, blankets, and lawn chairs for viewing of classic films and even football games.
The changes of the United States during the 20th century in terms of diplomatic and military affairs are presented in the George C. Marshall Museum. Specifically, the museum looks at these shifts through the collections, exhibits, and objects linked with Marshall and his fellow contemporaries.