- TripBuzz discovered 19 different types of activities for couples in the West Point area, including Landmarks (like Waverly Mansion), Movie Theaters (like Malco Tupelo Commons), Bowling (like Bulldog Lanes) and Specialty Museums (like Tupelo Automobile Museum), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 15 date ideas in or near West Point, Mississippi, including 14 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Columbus and Starkville.
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306 Elvis Presley Dr, Tupelo, MS 38801 MoreLess Info
Tupelo's Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum is located in the house in which the music icon spent the first three years of his life. It is a small structure filled with fascinating memorabilia and has an adjacent souvenir shop.
The King' is in the building at the Elvis Presley Center in Tupelo, Mississippi. The Center is full of photos, concert programs, letters, records, awards, clothing, costumes and other Elvis-related ephemera.
A multipurpose arena with seating for 10,000 people, Bancorpsouth Arena hosts a wide array of events, including stand-up comedy, musical performances by nationally touring bands, banquets and other private functions, and corporate meetings.
Opened in 1989, Skate Zone of Tupelo Inc is a family owned roller and inline skating rink offering a number of fun attractions for its guests to enjoy. These include public skating, birthday party hosting, and several redemption games.
The scenic Natchez Trace Parkway spans 444 miles of beautiful landscapes, clean water and undisturbed wilderness. Visitors may drive, bike, walk or jog. Campsites are also available. Reservations are recommended.
Dedicated to the American Buffalo, Tupelo Buffalo Park is a beautiful nature preserve. The Park is dedicated to saving endangered buffalo species and educating the public about these fascinating and imposing animals.
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State Hwy 393, Noxapater, MS MoreLess Info
From a large rectangular platform, visitors can see an Indian burial mound that some archeologists date from 1000 to1600 A.D. According to Choctaw Indian Legend, man emerged near this mound, and rested on the mound to dry before populating the area.
A 10-screen movie theater, Tupelo Commons Cinema displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers stadium seating, rocking chairs, 3D movies, a party room, arcade games and a concession area with food and drinks.