Date ideas for visitors to Philadelphia
this Valentine’s Day include:
A Selfie and Stroll Around LOVE Park
The famous LOVE Park, is located in the heart
of the city and just steps away from City Hall. Although officially known as
John F. Kennedy Park, the plaza is affectionately known as LOVE Park thanks to
its reproduction of Robert Indiana’s LOVE statue, which was placed in the park
in 1976 as part of the United States’ Bicentennial celebration of independence. For more information, visit www.discoverphl.com/listing/?lid=725968.
Mural Arts’ Love Letter Train Tour
launched as an anti-graffiti programme in 1984, Mural Arts Philadelphia has
transformed some of Philadelphia’s most unassuming locations and now boasts
over 4,000 works of community-based public art. The two-hour Love Letter Train
Tour takes visitors through A Love Letter for You by noted street artist
Steve Powers. For more information, visit www.muralarts.org.
Drinks On Top of The World at the JG
Located on the 60th floor of the recently
opened Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, JG SkyHigh bar specialises in cocktail-hour
experiences with unmatchable city views, creating the perfect romantic
atmosphere for Valentine’s Day. For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com/philadelphia/dining/lounges/jg-skyhigh/.
Dining at The Love
Just steps away from Philadelphia’s upmarket
neighbourhood of Rittenhouse Square, The Love is an intimate restaurant that serves
enticing cuisine across a main dining and bar area, plus outdoor seating along
18th Street and a cosy upper-level loft. The restaurant offers modern
American cuisine with indulgent meals including the ‘Lovebird’ seasonal
buttermilk fried chicken, a ‘Labor of Love’ American artisan cheese board and a
‘Rapture Blondie Sundae’. For more information, visit www.theloverestaurant.com.
Posted by: Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau
Posted on: 06/01/2020