- TripBuzz discovered 53 different types of activities for couples in the Petersburg area, including Parks (like Ferndale Park), Historic Sites (like Centre Hill Mansion), Arts Centers (like Petersburg Regional Art Center) and River (like Appomattox River Heritage Trail), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 61 date ideas in or near Petersburg, Virginia, including 49 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Richmond, Hopewell, Midlothian and Charles City.
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Pure Speed Racing Allentown / Reading MoreLess Info
Muscle car and Speed enthusiasts race head-to-head in Camaro’s to determine who is the fastest
100% 3 votes
132 N Sycamore Street, Petersburg, VA 23803 MoreLess Info
Visitors can view a diverse of collection of contemporary art in addition to over 85 artist studios at the Petersburg Regional Art Center. The center offers open receptions twice a month with food, wine, art demos, and live music.
73% 11 votes
425 Cockade Alley, Petersburg, VA 23804 MoreLess Info
Lee's Retreat is a Civil War trail that follows the path that General Robert E. Lee and his troops followed from the Union's attack at Five Forks to his surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. The trail is marked with historic markers.
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24891 Ferndale Road, Petersburg, VA 23803 MoreLess Info
Owned and operated by the county, Ferndale Park has long been a recreational spot within the local area. However, recently attempts have been made to upgrade the park and raise the water level of the old canal which runs through it.
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Baylors ln & Defense Road, Petersburg, VA 23805 MoreLess Info
Lee Memorial Park is a historic park and national historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.The district includes the park's roadways, paths and trails and the Lee Park Wild Flower and Bird Sanctuary.
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N Market St & Low Street, Petersburg, VA 23803 MoreLess Info
Olde Towne Historic District Park is a district of antique galleries, boutiques, craft shops, restaurants, cafes, and a mix of renovated residences. Olde Town also showcases the Courthouse complex and scores of historic and architecturally significant structures.
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2530 S Crater Road, Petersburg, VA 23805 MoreLess Info
A positive place for local kids to have fun without video games and other electronics, The Skate Factory is introducing the newest generation of kids to good old fashioned fun with skate birthday parties, open weekend skate, and more.
94% 16 votes
19 Bollingbrook St, Petersburg, VA 23803 MoreLess Info
First opened in 1817, the Farmers Bank branch in St. Petersburg is a three-story Federal-style structure. It currently is one of the few bank museums in the United States and has been restored with many period pieces and authentic furniture.
84% 45 votes
Centre Hill Court, Petersburg, VA 23803 MoreLess Info
Built by a Revolutionary War veteran in 1823, the Centre Hill Mansion has served as a welcoming house to several former presidents. Guided tours of the period rooms are conducted every hour on the hour.
63% 8 votes
224 Wittten Street, Petersburg, VA 23803 MoreLess Info
The Pocahontas Island Black History Museum is a small historical museum described as a representation of the oldest black community in America. Attractions include various exhibits, historical memorabilia, and guided tours.
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1 Centre Hill Avenue, Petersburg, VA 23803 MoreLess Info
The building which houses the Centre Hill Museum was originally constructed in 1823 and was primarily used as a private residence until 1936. In addition to the architecture of the building, the museum has examples of decorative arts from the 18th through the 20th century.