- TripBuzz discovered 32 different types of activities for couples in the Sumter area, including Art Gallery (like Sumpter Gallery of Art), Amusement Parks (All Ages) (like Retro Fun Park), Bowling (like Gamecock Lanes) and Movie Theaters (like Beacon Theater), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 18 date ideas in or near Sumter, South Carolina, including 3 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bishopville, Camden and Wedgefield.
The Artists Colony of Sumter celebrates the culture of Sumter, South Carolina. The collective colony of artists showcase their local works, and visitors enjoy the diverse selection as well as the establishments close proximity to local cafes.
122 North Washington Street, Sumter, SC 29151 MoreLess Info
Preserving the history of the Old Sumter District, Sumter County Museum provides exhibits that include manuscripts, documents and other artifacts. The museum offers access to a restored 1916 house and a homestead including log cabin, barn and blacksmith shop.
Opened in 1934, Riley Park is a ballpark that is located in Sumter, South Carolina. The renovated 2000-seat stadium has hosted minor league play and was used by the Sumter Braves in the mid-80s. It hosts American Legion baseball today.
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6660 Poinsett Park Rd, Wedgefield, SC 29168 MoreLess Info
A visit to Poinsett State Park can include camping, hiking and biking, along with a fishing pond and a 10-acre lake and the ruins of a historic grist mill. Park trails connect to the Palmetto Trail through the Manchester State Forest.
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145 Broad Acres Rd, Bishopville, SC MoreLess Info
Since the early 1980's, Fryar's Topiary Garden, has grown into an amazing collection of horticulture artistry. Now, internationally recognized, visitors to the garden can see more than 300 plant sculptures, fountains, and more.
The South Carolina Equine Park is a 40-acre facility that hosts an array of equine events. Events include ranch shows, breed shows and dressage, and the park contains nine barns with 290 stables, 100 RV sites and a dining facility.
The site of two critical battles, the Camden Revolutionary War Site, consists of a 107-acre museum complex where the British Army was stationed from 1780 to 1781. The site features a guided tour of historic homes, a walking trail and remnants of several military fortifications.
Open Tuesday to Saturday, The Rutledge Street Gallery specializes in contemporary art and currently lists the works of over 19 local artists. Art in other media such as sculpture, pottery, jewelry and Asiatic furniture is also for sale.