Private Rocky Movie Locations Driving Tour

  • 4-8 Hours
  • Driving Tour
  • Max Guests: 6
  • Private Tour
  • Daily

Private Rocky Movie Locations Driving Tour Details

Half-Day Tour

A half-day tour allows you the opportunity to take full advantage of being on a driving tour. You’ll visit all of the Must-See Spots from the classic Rocky, as well as having time to explore locations from other movies and in other neighborhoods – like driving through the Italian Market (don’t get hit by an orange!) and going into South Philly to see the church where Rocky and Adriane married and the famous Pat’s cheesesteak restaurant.

Full-Day Tour

A full-day tour gives you the chance to explore filming locations from all of the Rocky movies (including Creed!). Head down to South Philly to see the dockyards and the site where the Spectrum once stood, grab lunch at Pat’s King of Steaks or Max’s (as seen in Creed), explore the neighborhoods where many scenes for Creed were filmed, ride through the beautiful and historic Laurel Hill Cemetery, or take some time to check out other Top Spots around the city.

Price Includes

Price Excludes

  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Private Transportation
  • Souvenirs
  • Guide gratuity
  • Additional food & drink


Italian Market

The Italian Market captures the essence of the city’s diverse flavors and cultures. Not far from this market is the iconic Rocky statue and steps, symbolizing the indomitable spirit of the underdog. In the film, Rocky Balboa’s training montage, featuring the Italian Market and his victorious run up the steps, intertwines the rich cultural tapestry of the market with the triumphant narrative of determination and success.

Rocky Statue

Positioned at the base of the iconic steps leading to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this statue commemorates the legendary underdog, Rocky Balboa, portrayed by Sylvester Stallone. The statue has become an enduring symbol of determination and triumph. Take photos mimicking Rocky’s triumphant pose, which solidifies the statue’s connection to the cinematic legacy and the spirit of overcoming challenges

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Adorned with the legendary Rocky Steps, it gained cinematic fame in the “Rocky” film series. The steps became an iconic location where Sylvester Stallone’s character, Rocky Balboa, trained and celebrated victories. Today, the museum is not just a cultural institution but also a pilgrimage site for guests who channel their inner Rocky by ascending the steps, adding a unique cinematic touch to the tour experience

Independence Hall

In “Rocky II,” the character Rocky Balboa runs past Independence Hall during his training montage, symbolizing the enduring spirit of freedom and determination. This cinematic link adds a layer of cultural resonance to the significance of Independence Hall, connecting it not only to the birth of the nation but also to the indomitable spirit of a cinematic underdog.

Community Impact

This tour provides a full, in-depth view of Philadelphia by traveling through several different neighborhoods that are underprivileged and rarely visited.

We support Laurel Hill historic cemetery through a charitable donation that helps the cemetery produce high quality programming, restore monuments and reset headstones, maintain the grounds, and continue to provide daily free admission to all.

This experience offers guests opportunities to support local businesses in underprivileged communities.

Our guides focus on 360-degree storytelling and educate guests on the diversity of each neighborhood, highlighting the importance and influence of our immigrant communities.


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