On February 15, the iconic LOVE statue will be removed from its temporary residence at Dilworth Park. That means Valentine’s Day will fittingly be everyone’s last chance to snap a selfie in front of the sculpture before it returns to its original location at LOVE Park across the street later this year.
The LOVE sculpture was removed from its main location at John F. Kennedy Plaza (i.e. LOVE Park) one year ago ahead of the park’s renovations. When it is leaves Dilworth Park on February 15, it will undergo a restoration and debut again in the new-and-improved LOVE Park, which is scheduled to open this spring.
Center City District announced last week that February 14 will be Last Chance for LOVE day at Dilworth Park. The first 200 guests to visit the Robert Indiana sculpture will receive red roses and the America’s Garden Capital Maze will host a floral arrangement class.
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