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A wastewater plant in New York City features visitor tours.Romantic Dinners for Valentine's Day can get a little tiring after a while. Fear not, the Department of Environmental Protection in New York City has come to the rescue. For a one-of-a kind trip, they are offering a Valentine's Day tour of the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment plant. The excursion first premiered in 2012 and this year, it is returning due to popular demand.Don't worry - it's not just about a deeper dive into the wastewater world.The trip takes guests to a 120-foot high observation deck which resides above the plant’s numerous domes. The tours are led by the plant’s superintendent, who adds informative commentary.Located in Brooklyn, Newtown Creek has the capacity to treat more than 300 million gallons of wastewater a day. In Brighton, United Kingdom, visitors have had the opportunity to take sewer tours for more than 5 decades. Annually from May through September, guests can travel through 400 yards out of the 30 miles of sewers.They emerge through a manhole in the center of Old Steine Gardens.