Empire State Building
The Empire State Building Celebrates Valentine’s Day in a Big Way
February 15, 2022
Love is (1,454 feet) in the air at the Empire State Building.
The World’s Most Romantic Building partnered with Tiffany & Co. and Hometown Flower Co. for bucket list, romantic celebrations in the building’s Observatory Experience.
Diamonds in the Sky
The Empire State Building’s world-famous tower lights lit up in a Tiffany Blue® heartbeat on Feb. 14, replacing the building’s annual red heartbeat for the first time in its 90-year history. On Valentine’s Day morning, Sarah Jessica Parker visited the iconic building to flip the famous switch in a lighting ceremony with Tiffany & Co.
Happily Ever Empire
Five lucky couples who booked the Empire State Building’s new Happily Ever Empire engagement package were treated to special gifts provided by Tiffany & Co. Beyond the package’s private guided tour, complimentary bottle of Champagne, and roped off section of the iconic 86th Floor Observatory, couples were given a Tiffany & Co. Color Block Two-piece Mug and Tea set and floral bouquets wrapped in artwork by Curtis Kulig. Couples who booked the package were also given a special offer from the Langham Hotel with stunning Empire State Building views.
Empire State Blooms
For Valentine’s Day weekend, the Empire State Building welcomed Hometown Flower Co. for a special floral pop-up on the 86th Floor Observatory. The Long Island-based flower truck and digital florist sold fresh, local bouquets in their signature “flowers in a bag” style.
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