What better place to be on Valentine's Day than a place named LOVE park? Officially called John F. Kennedy Plaza, this park now takes its name from the iconic Robert Indiana Love sculpture which it houses. This public park is located in Center City.
For a more classic touch, spend Valentine's Day watching a show produced by the famous Opera Philadelphia. This group is known for opera productions that embrace both classic and new operatic works. A great spot to go after a romantic candle-lit dinner.
The Orchid Extravaganza display can be found in the Longwood Gardens. The beautiful and artfully draped orchids that hang around the room provide a romantic ambiance to stroll through with a loved one, as well as a good chance to get out of the cold winter weather.
The Rothman Orthopaedics sets up an ice rink in Dilworth Park every winter. During Valentine's Day, couples can enjoy a Sweetheart Skate deal, making this day extra special.
Every year, the Philadelphia Film Center puts on their big screen a showing of the famous romantic movie, Casablanca. Although dinner and a movie maybe a classic date, the Philadelphia Film Center also recreates their personal version of Rick's Café to enjoy after the movie, complete with live music and delicious cocktails.