No Philadelphia Trip is Complete Without a Visit to the Rocky Statue

No Philadelphia Trip is Complete Without a Visit to the Rocky Statue

No Philadelphia Trip is Complete Without a Visit to the Rocky Statue

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Rocky StatuePhiladelphia, PA - Located at the base of the famed Philadelphia Museum of Art, the statue was donated to the city by Sylvester Stallone. The steps, which feature a training montage in the movie, are also a great way to see the city skyline.

Visiting the Rocky Statue is A Must

The iconic statue is the most visited attraction in Philadelphia. You can visit it for free and even take part in your own rocky moments. You can also purchase a ticket to the museum and view its renowned collection of works of art. Afterward, enjoy a cup of coffee or tea in front of the statue.

The statue was controversially erected in Philadelphia over its placement. Many Philadelphia moviegoers wanted a monument to remain at the top of the museum steps to remember the scene where Rocky climbed the steps of the Art Museum. Ultimately, the statue was moved to the bottom of the steps.

Now located at the foot of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rocky Statue has become a major tourist attraction in the city. The Rocky Statue weighs around 2000 pounds and is accessible by car, bus, or bike.

No visit to the statue would be complete without a visit to the Rocky Steps. There are 72 steps that will take you up and down to the infamous statue. While the monument is a must-see attraction that can't be missed if you're in town. If you're planning a visit, make sure to include another stop such as the National Constitution Center and the Liberty Bell to name a few

To get to the Rocky Statue, take the 48 Bus to 30th Street. From here, you can walk up the steps to the museum. The Rocky Steps can be accessed by public transit as well. If you're traveling by train, you can reach the statue via the subway at Arch Street. Alternatively, you can get to the museum by taking the regional rail.

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