- TripBuzz discovered 60 different types of activities for couples in the Mandeville area, including Hiking Trails (like Tammany Trace), Bowling (like Tiffany Lanes), Ballets (like Conservatory of Ballet Aviv the) and Music Venue (like Ruby's Roadhouse), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 48 date ideas in or near Mandeville, Louisiana, including 38 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Slidell, Covington, Abita Springs and New Orleans.
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East of Causeway Boulevard Blvd, Metairie, LA 70006 MoreLess Info
Metairie's Camp Parapet Monument marks the location of a Civil War era military fortification once used by the Confederacy. The fort's powder magazine still stands, and is open for visitors to explore.
Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in the city of New Orleans with plenty of well-preserved buildings and stunning flowers seeming to grow around the architecture itself. Lively street performers make this section of the city part of their daily routines as well.
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634 Elysian Fields, New Orleans, LA 70117 MoreLess Info
Visitors can spend an afternoon exploring the unique architecture of New Orleans with Confederacy of Cruisers Bike Tours. The tour leads visitors by bike to historic and cultural neighborhoods like old Faubourgs, the French Quarter, and other districts.
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400 Phlox Avenue, Metairie, LA 70001 MoreLess Info
A relatively small and intimate venue for the performing arts, the Jefferson Performing Arts Center / EJHS Auditorium hosts a variety of performances and programs ranging from dramatic productions and musical theater to concerts.
A bicycle tour company that leads informative and entertaining riding tours of New Orleans, Big Easy Bike Tours delivers bikes to visitorsâ€™ hotels and includes baskets and bottles of water. The tours take visitors to many local landmarks.
More than just a place to shop, the French Market offers various food festivals as well as holiday celebrations and musical events. It has been hosted on the same site for over two hundred years where entertainment and fresh food go hand in hand.
The French Quarter of New Orleans is one of the most popular and recognizable neighborhoods in the city. Restaurants, hotels, sightseeing, and nightlife are focused on this area with plenty of adult entertainment on Bourbon Street and old-fashioned horse-drawn carriage rides for those who prefer romance.