- TripBuzz discovered 18 different types of activities for couples in the West Monroe area, including Parks (like Kiroli Park), Art Gallery (like Creative Paintings by Frank Kelley Jr), Movie Theaters (like Tinsel Town) and Winery/Vineyard (like Landry Vinyards), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 24 date ideas in or near West Monroe, Louisiana, including 15 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Monroe and Monroe.
5699 New Natchitoches Road, Hwy 838, West Monroe, LA MoreLess Info
Established in 1999, Landry Vineyards is a licensed Loisiana Native Winery which offers a range of quality wines accompanied by multiple dining options, wagon rides and live entertianment.
Offering first-run feature films, Cinemark Tinseltown 17 features auditoriums with stadium seating, digital projection, RealD 3D and High Frame Rate 3D. The theater offers arcade games, a party room and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Spacious with many opportunities for outdoor fun, Kiroli Park is family-friendly. It includes a playground for the younger kids to enjoy, along with a tennis courts, a fishing pond and hiking trail for older kids and adults.
An ideal place for a peaceful stroll, Restoration Park sits in the center of a somewhat busy and commercial neighborhood of West Monroe. It offers walking trails with easy access to local businesses including nearby hotels.
With roller blades and skates available to rent, Skatetown offers an indoor skating rink for visitors. The party room uses black light so that it glows in the dark. The facility also has its own candy art machine for kids.
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109 Sunrise Drive, West Monroe, LA 71291 MoreLess Info
Creative Paintings by Frank Kelley Jr is an organization and art gallery founded by the artist Frank Kelley Jr. Vibrant colors and distinct stories are characteristics of the many works available for purchase from the gallery.
Located on a 3,000 acre lake, Cheniere Lake Park offers RV and camping sites as well as access to the lake for fishing and boating. It also features playgrounds, pavilions, volleyball courts and baseball fields.
Initially home to Joseph A. Biedenharn who is believed to be the first one to bottle Coca-Cola, Biedenharn Museum & Gardens today, functions as a house museum featuring Coca-Cola memorabilia as well as a botanical garden.