This is a cool part of the urban but the homelessness and the junkies infuse the experience with a front of sad.
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My first visit to this market and I was not disappointed, it was very festive and nicely laid out with some wonderful stores. I loved the German eating place for some wonderful German fare on a cold day. You can buy Gluhwein in a festive...More
Love Park turns into a cute village at Christmas. The statue is in repair but the place is terrific. City Hall is across the street.so you can go iceskating.
We had a mild, sunny day to enjoy the German Christmas Market's Ice rink, food and vendors! The vendor booths are actually located in Love park and in front of City Hall. A few additional stalls are near the carousel in the City Hall courtyard....More
We enjoyed two hours strolling around the Christmas Village in Love Park in the early evening. Some unique vendors and traditional German goods all festive and lit up for Christmas. Great was to get in the Christmas spirit.
During a walking tour we learned that the famous LOVE statue was moved from the park while it’s being renovated. The purpose of our visit was to stroll around the Christmas Market - which helped to set the holiday mood. The market is also located...More
Went to the Christmas village in Philadelphia for the first time today. It is spread out between Love Park and Dillworth plaza. There is a convenient parking garage under Love park where you can park for $11 if you get there early enough. We spent...More
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Christmas Village! There are so many GREAT vendors with unusual products and great gifts! Def checkout booth #1 Silk Road with AMAZING mosaic lanterns! And the Chadds Ford Mulled Wine is AWESOME! I come every year & would never miss it,...More
It is nowhere to be found. Not even a temporary locale while the whole park is under construction. Maybe next time.
I read a lot about this but unfortunately due to construction this sculpture is missing from its original place. There is not much information available where it is though we did looked at Delaware Plaza but no luck.