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9 Ways to Fall in Love with Philly
From dramatic shows and majestic murals, to romantic dinners and seasonal brews, there’s something for everyone to love about Philadelphia.
1. Hop Aboard
Step up to the elevated train for the guided Mural Arts Program Love Letter Train Tour and explore the 50 love-themed murals in West Philadelphia by artist Stephen Powers. Tickets: $20.
2. Raise a Pint
Philly’s own Yards Brewing Company recently released Rye, a seasonal IPA with intense notes of citrus and pine. Free tours are offered at the brewery weekends noon to 4 pm. 901 N. Delaware Ave., 215.634.2600
3. See a Show
The Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium theatre company performs playwright Jean Giraudox’s “Ondine,” a play about a sea sprite who falls in love with a handsome knight-errant. Feb. 6-March 2. 825 Walnut St., 215.574.3550
4. Dinner on the Waterfront
Docked on the Delaware River, the grand Moshulu is a must-visit dining destination for sweeping views of the city. Make reservations early for the four-course Valentine’s Day dinner offered Feb. 14-15 ($95 per person, not including beverages, tax or gratuity). 401 S. Columbus Blvd., 215.923.2500
5. Discover Public Art
Learn the history and stories behind Philadelphia’s public art, including Robert Indiana’s iconic LOVE statue, on the Museum Without Walls audio tour right from your smartphone. Android and iPhone users can download the app for free.
6. Meet Some Lovebirds
Make it a date or bring the whole family to the Philadelphia Zoo for the “Wild At Heart” weekend Feb. 15-16 from 10 am-4 pm. Take the self-guided “Love Tour” and meet some of the famous couples of the zoo including hyacinth macaws, titi monkeys and red pandas. Indulge at candy stations throughout the zoo and watch zookeepers offer Valentine treats to the animals. 3400 W. Girard Ave., 215.243.1100
Read more reasons to love Philadelphia here.