- TripBuzz discovered 76 different types of activities for couples in the Waterford area, including Bowling (like Three Hundred Bowl), National & State Parks (like Pontiac Lake Recreation Area), Parks (like Hess-Hathaway Park) and Family Fun Center (like Zapzone Waterford Ltd), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 201 date ideas in or near Waterford, Michigan, including 187 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ferndale, Royal Oak, Sterling Heights and Northville.
Founded in 1991, the Purple Rose Theatre is a professional theater that is dedicated to producing classic stories as well as new American plays. This intimate venue boasts only 168 seats, with seating on 3 sides of the stage.
River Gallery is an art gallery featuring six art exhibitions annually. The gallery is dedicated to promoting the work of local, regional, and national artists. River Gallery also showcases musical performances, film screenings, performance art, and artist workshops.
The Chelsea Gallery is an art gallery that was founded with the goal of providing diverse exhibition opportunities for women artists. The gallery offers tours of the city of Chelsea as well as a series of panel discussions called Conversations.
The Jiffy Mix Company is a packaging plant that offers informational walkthrough visits. The guided tours consist of an educational video presentation, refreshments including a product sample and a stop at the gift shop.
Most people know Pierce Park as the site of a large rock that tends to be painted by locals for special occasions. The site also features picnic tables, a children's play structure, and open grassy areas for general play.
Home to two ice surfaces, Arctic Coliseum is an 85,000 square foot center that is used for professional and public recreation. The center offers open skating to adults and children, as well as open figure skating and youth hockey leagues.
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100 Laird Avenue, Amherstburg, Canada MoreLess Info
The Fort Malden National Historic Site features artifact collections from the War of 1812 and Rebellion of 1837-38. Families enjoy live soldier demonstrations and reenactments, tours, displays as well as seasonal events and festivals.
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Dalhousie Street, Amherstburg, Canada MoreLess Info
Situated along the Detroit River and Boblo Island, the Amherstburg Navy Yard National Historic Site was once a royal naval dockyard. The park includes historic features and monuments, landscaped gardens and public art.
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214 Dalhousie Street | N9V 1W4, Amherstburg, Canada MoreLess Info
The Park House Museum caters to school groups, seniors and the general public. Learn about the history of Amherstburg during the Victorian era in the 1850's through live story telling, hands-on demonstrations and exhibits.