Battleship Lit Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

The Battleship will join buildings and structures throughout the Delaware Valley in lighting the ship pink throughout October as part of the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s Lights for a Cure program for Breast Cancer Awareness.

Below is a list of all buildings and structures participating in this year’s program.


In Philadelphia:

The Avenue of the Arts (Oct. 1 & 2)

The Bellevue

Ben Franklin Bridge

Boathouse Row (Oct. 1, 5 & 15)

Cancer Treatment Centers of America

CBS Broadcast Center

Centre Square

The Clothespin

Cira Centre (Oct. 1 & 2)

The Doubletree Hotel Philadelphia

The Franklin Institute

Free Library of Philadelphia – Parkway Central

Hilton Penns Landing Philadelphia

Independence Seaport Museum

Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

The Liacouras Center

One Liberty Place

Two Liberty Place

Lincoln Financial Field

The Lits Building (Oct. 3, 4, 5 & 6)

Macy’s Center City Grand Court

BNY Mellon Center

Moore College of Art and Design

National Constitution Center

National Museum of American Jewish History

One South  Broad

Three Parkway

PECO Building (October 1-6 special message)

Pennsylvania Convention Center

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

The Phoenix

Pottstown Memorial Medical Center

Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Spirit of Philadelphia

Strawberry Mansion Bridge

777 South Broad Street

Southstar Lofts

Symphony House Condominiums

Three Logan Square

Villanova University Quad


In the Lehigh Valley:


Sands Casino Resorts Bethlehem/Blast Furnaces


In New Jersey:

Battleship New Jersey

Collingswood – Haddon Avenue

Cooper University Hospital

Kennedy University Hospital

(Vorhees, Turnersville, Stratford, Cherry Hill)

Kennedy Cancer Center (Sewell)

Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center


In Atlantic City:

(October 7 only)


The Water Club at Borgata

Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

Tropicana Casino & Resort

Resorts Casino Hotel

WAVE Parking Garage

Golden Nugget

The Playground


In Delaware:


Dow Chemical Company (Newark)