- TripBuzz discovered 66 different types of activities for couples in the Monroe area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Treehouse Vineyards), Zoos (like Cold Blooded Encounters), Family Fun Center (like Aw Shucks Farms) and Flea Markets (like Sweet Union Flea Market), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 67 date ideas in or near Monroe, North Carolina, including 59 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Charlotte, Matthews, Fort Mill and Lancaster.
Specializing in sweet muscadine wines, Cauble Creek Vineyard welcomes visitors to its extensive grounds. In addition to wines, the winery sells a variety of jams, jellies, and other muscadine-related products.
Featuring 24 lanes, Woodleaf Lanes provides open and league bowling as well as a venue for birthday parties and private events. The bowling center has a full-service pro shop and a snack bar with food and drinks.
The GoPro Motorplex offers visitors rental go-karts as well features scheduled racing events. Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, the facility is open seven days a week for go-kart enthusiasts. The circuit is based on the Kartdroma Parma in Italy.
Promoting culture and the arts, Piedmont Players Theater offers both youth education camps and workshops throughout the year. This production company also puts on a number of well-known plays at its Salisbury location.
The Meroney Theater is home to the Piedmont Players, a professional theater company that stages a variety of plays and musicals. The company conducts a number of eduational programs and special events, including a 'Haunted Theater' event in October.
Built around 1820, the Dr. Josephus Hall House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally a classroom building for an all-women's school, the house was since remodeled into a palatial home. Tours are available.
Waterworks Visual Art is a gallery that specializes in various mediums. The gallery features watercolor and photographic works, as well an outdoor patio area where metal and cement sculptures are displayed.
The 1819 Federal-style townhouse built by Jacob Stirewalt now houses the Utzman-Chambers House Museum. It is one of the few surviving Federal period townhouses in North Carolina and reflects the lifestyle of affluent families in the 1800s.