Tell us a bit about your connection with Valentine’s Day.
Luna Park has been the place ‘just for love’ since 1912, when a special jingle was created for the park’s opening:
“A balmy night,
A merry lark.
A pretty girl,
And Luna Park.”
Today the park still celebrates romance with its Luna Love event on Valentine’s Day every year.
What have you got in store for Valentine’s Day 2020?
Couples will enjoy unlimited rides in a romantic carnival setting, including a fairy floss to share, chocolate love hearts from Chocolatier, a souvenir photo of their Scenic Railway ride and a carnival game prize – all for $80 per couple (over $125 value).
Will you be dropping any surprises for Valentine’s Day 2020?
Yes! This year couples can cuddle up with a glass of bubbles and extra decadent chocolate treats, all made with love in Australia by Chocolatier. Swing by the Chocolatier Bubbles Bar inside Luna Park’s grounds to check out what’s on offer.
For someone who has only just found love, how should they approach Valentine’s Day?
Luna Park recommends an equal mix of fun and love surrounded by the 6,000 bright lights of its heritage carousel. Ride side by side on two of the 68 beautifully restored horses or snuggle up in one of the two chariots on this working museum piece.
Luna Love takes over Luna Park on Friday February 14 from 6pm. Find out more and grab your tix via the park website.