Make memories this Valentine’s weekend and let GoPhillyGo help you enjoy some outdoor time with that special someone. Enjoy your favorite hot beverage with your loved one at a waterfront park next to the Delaware or Schuylkill River. Plan a trip to Philly’s iconic LOVE and AMOR sculptures, and use the “Philly Valentine Stroll” tour to find other nearby walkable destinations to explore.
Here are some places we think you and your special someone will enjoy this Valentine’s weekend. Download the GoPhillyGo Android app or save the GoPhillyGo mobile site to your iPhone’s home screen and get easy multimodal directions to parks, trails, and more.
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Starting or ending your night with a visit (and selfie) in front of the iconic LOVE statue is a perfect way to get you in the spirit of Valentine’s Day. Then walk a few blocks to the AMOR statue at Sister Cities Park near 18th and Race Streets.
Philly Valentine’s Stroll
Visit the tours section on the GoPhillyGo mobile site and check out our outdoor walking tour of romantic destinations in Center City and the Parkway Museum District. Start at LOVE Park and finish with a walk or run up the Art Museum steps. You can customize the order of destinations and create your own unique tour.
Pennypack on the Delaware
Relax by the water at the gazebo and the grass pier, then take a hike through the woods where the Pennypack Creek flows into the Delaware River. ou can access the Pennypack Trail and over 9 miles of paved greenway.
The Rail Park
The Rail Park is a quarter mile green space created along the former Reading Viaduct near Broad Street and Callowhill Street. Walk to the top and relax on oversized swinging benches with your Valentine while you enjoy great views of the skyline and nearby murals.
If long bike rides and hiking are you and your partner's idea of a fun Valentine, then GoPhillyGo has you covered. Bike to the Schuylkill Center along the Schuylkill River Trail (SRT) and explore miles of trails through forests, meadows, and hillsides. Look for the red sign and bike rack at the SRT gateway, then climb up the hillside overlooking the river to access the Center’s trail network.