Valentine’s Day is a day for love and celebration but if you thought that February 14 was simply a day for candy hearts, chocolate kisses, rose petals, and heartwarming card sentiments, think again. February 14 is also celebrated as International Ferris Wheel Day. This makes it the perfect opportunity to enjoy this classic attraction with your loved one. In this blog post, I’ll talk about why Ferris Wheels are romantic and what International Ferris Wheel Day is all about.
International Ferris Wheel Day
International Ferris Wheel Day celebrates The Ferris wheel on February 14th, the birthday of George Washington Gale Ferris Jr. He was an American engineer who invented the first Ferris wheel for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, which was known as the “Chicago Wheel”. Today, Ferris Wheels are a popular attraction all over the world and can be found everywhere from carnivals to festivals and from theme parks to big cities.