- TripBuzz discovered 74 different types of activities for couples in the Mentor area, including Movie Theaters (like Atlas Cinemas), Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve), Parks (like Eleanor B Garfield Park) and Sports Facilities/Fields (like Mentor Civic Arena), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 80 date ideas in or near Mentor, Ohio, including 64 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cleveland, Geneva, Aurora and Kirtland.
If you are looking for the ideal location for your child's next birthday party, or want to take them out for a day of fun, Adventure Zone in Geneva is the place to be. This attraction features bumper cars, arcade games, mini-golf, bumper boats, and more.
Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, the Lakehouse Inn & Winery is ideal for your next weekend getaway. Featuring a charming Bed & Breakfast, and a relaxing Day Spa, in addition to, an impressive selection of quality wines.
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5481 Lake Road E., Geneva on the Lake, OH MoreLess Info
Part of the Geneva-on-the-Lake area, The Landing Festival Marketplace offers a wide array of handmade items and other items of local interest. The Marketplace features restaurants and food carts, and hosts a dinner theater.
A 10-screen movie theater, Cinemark 10 Aurora displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater provides stadium seating, arcade games, independent films and a concession area with food and drinks.
Nationally and regionally recognized, Mario's International Spa, offers you specialized body therapies in an Old World atmosphere. Treat yourself to their full selection of spa and skin therapies and rejuvenate yourself today.
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Streetsboro Road, Peninsula, OH 44131 MoreLess Info
Take a step back in time when you board the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad and take a steam engine train ride. Special themed trains run throughout the year delighting guests young and old with majestic views of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
180 species of animals find a home in the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, from the largest living land mammal, to the smallest of the amphibians. Besides organizing public events all around the year, the zoo can also host private events, such as birthday parties.
Originally founded in 1959, the Aurora Community Theatre produces four shows per year in the Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. A Children's Workshop program is offered during the late summer and the summer show is usually a youth-oriented production.
Dedicated to preserving the history of the region, Aurora Historical Society hosts a variety of exhibits displaying local artifacts. The society runs tours of the Tanner House, a house built by early settlers in the 1800s.