- TripBuzz discovered 46 different types of activities for couples in the Oakland area, including Art Gallery (like Eye for Art Gallery & Studio), National & State Parks (like Swallow Falls State Park), Bowling (like The Alley) and Theaters (like Our Town Theatre), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 25 date ideas in or near Oakland, Maryland, including 13 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Davis, Grantsville, Cumberland and Medley.
Showing new movie releases, Hollywood Theater features 12 screens, including 3D. Amenities include full concessions, stadium seating, closed captioning, listening devices, descriptive video devices, mobile ticketing and a game room.
Located 50 miles south of Pittsburgh, Laurel Caverns is the largest cave and natural bat hibernaculum in Pennsylvania.Three miles long, with ceilings up to 50 feet high, the cave is situated beneath a 435 acre privately owned geological preserve.
Dedicated to the local soldiers who fought and died in the Vietnam War, Marion County Vietnam Memorial provides a large plaque honoring their sacrifice. The plaque has a list of names and the day they were killed engraved into it.
67% 27 votes
In Riverside Park, Greene St., Cumberland, MD MoreLess Info
George Washington's Headquarters is near the Marriott Fairfield and located across Wills Creek from the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad station. There is an audio that anyone can play which explains about the cabin and how it was used before.
Coal Country Miniature Golf is a recreational facility that features an 18-hole miniature golf course, batting cages, and a snack bar. The facility is available for birthday parties and has discounted tickets for children and seniors.
100% 3 votes
104 Washington St., Cumberland, MD MoreLess Info
Housed in a Colonial style mansion, C. William Gilchrist Museum of the Arts has been beautifully restored and made open to the public. Along with a large art collection, the museum includes an art library, botanical garden and meeting rooms.
77% 13 votes
27 East Main Street, Uniontown, PA 15401 MoreLess Info
State Theatre Center for the Arts, originally opened in 1922 as a picture palace and vaudeville house, currently offers concerts, musicals, plays and more. Staying true to its roots, classic films are shown once a month.