- TripBuzz discovered 98 different types of activities for couples in the Richardson area, including Parks (like Cottonwood Park), Theaters (like Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts), Movie Theaters (like Alamo Drafthouse Cinema) and Bowling (like AMF Richardson Lanes), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 364 date ideas in or near Richardson, Texas, including 345 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dallas, Grapevine, Irving and Garland.
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1717 S Jupiter Road, Garland, TX 75042 MoreLess Info
TargetMaster Indoor Shooting Center is a shooting range with 18 standing pistol lanes that are 25 yards long with target lights set at 3, 7, 15, and 25 yards. They also have six 50 yard rifle lanes.
56% 57 votes
4550 North Garland Avenue, Garland, TX 75040 MoreLess Info
The Hawaiian Falls Garland Waterpark features a 60-foot-high body slide and other water attractions for families to enjoy. The location also features a gift shop, a cafe, and a barbeque restaurant for those who wish to purchase refreshments.
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1456 Belt Line Rd, Ste 140, Garland, TX 75044 MoreLess Info
As a dance studio, Calico Kids Dance Twirl Gymnastics Karate Cheer Voice Acting & Music Studio provides instructional classes for jazz, hip hop, tap dance, and ballet. The studio also has acting workshops hosted by working actors.
LOOK Cinemas offer a high-end, luxury movie going experience by offering full service restaurant menus, recliner seating, and a wine bar. Movies are also shown on large screens with full digital projection and Dolby sound as well.
50% 4 votes
2231-B West 15th Street, Plano, TX MoreLess Info
Housed inside the office of an exterminator, The Combat Cockroach Hall of Fame Museum features cockroaches dressed as celebrities. Visitors can see cockroaches disguised as Britney Spears and Elvis with 'Liberoache' and 'Psycho' dioramas.
Featuring machines that accept nickels, visitors at NickelRama can choose from a variety of pinball machines and arcade games. The venue recently installed 4 Supershot machines where visitors can shoot baskets with basketballs.
Many of the buildings in downtown Plano were constructed in the early 1890s after a fire almost destroyed the area. Today, visitors find a specialty retail district composed of antique stores and gift and clothing boutiques, along with government offices.