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Rocky Statue, Philadelphia

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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Take a photo with the bronze replica of one of film's greatest boxing heroes at Rocky Statue, located at the base of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This statue was created for Rocky III, and after the movie was finished, Syllvester Stallone, the actor who brought Rocky Balboa to life, donated it to the City of Philadelphia. Now, the statue stands at the bottom of the stairs, known as the “Rocky Steps." Run to the top, recreating the iconic moment in the underdog's training montage, and take in a view of the city as you feel the rush. Remember to pack your camera and running shoes before you head out to pay tribute to Rocky. To visit Rocky Statue on your holiday in Philadelphia, and find out what else Philadelphia has to offer, use our Philadelphia tour planner.
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  • Rocky Statue - right at the front of the Art Museum. Very popular! Everyone wants to have a photo of or with Rocky, who actually looks exactly like Sylvester Stallone... the Rambo guy. 
  • A fun stop where you can climb the Rocky Stairs by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, strike a pose then walk over to the Rocky Statue, get in line (it moves quickly) strike another pose and get your pic...  read more »
  • The statue of Rocky Balboa is located next to the stairs of the Philadelphia Museum of art, also known as Rocky Steps. A must for anyone who is a fan of the film.
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