Gatlinburg's SkyBridge Transformed Into "Tunnel of Love" For Valentine's Day

Cupid has been working overtime in Gatlinburg.

Gatlinburg SkyBridge Valentine's Day
Photo: Gatlinburg SkyLift Park

Love is (150 feet) in the air in Gatlinburg, Tennessee!

For the fourth year in a row, the city's world-famous SkyBridge is celebrating Valentine's Day by transforming into a 300-foot-long "Tunnel of Love."

The immersive experience begins on the SkyDeck, where lovebirds are greeted by twinkling lights synced to the sounds of classic Motown songs. From there, visitors are invited to stroll through the swoon-worthy tunnel made from thousands of red-and-white lights spanning the length of North America's longest pedestrian suspension bridge.

If that's not enough to get your Valentine's heart pumping, the seven custom-welded hearts hanging beneath the bridge should do the trick!

“For generations, families have made memories here at Gatlinburg SkyLift Park,” Randy Watson, Gatlinburg SkyLife Park General Manager, said in a news release. “Since opening the SkyBridge, many couples have taken advantage of the unique location to pop the question and start new traditions for the next generation of their family.”

Gatlinburg SkyLift Park's "Love is in the Air" event runs every night from Wednesday, February 8 through the end of February. Entrance is included as part of the regular ticket price.

Have fun, y'all!

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