You just have to start any tour in Philadelphia from this iconic steps, featured in each installment of the series. Do not run if you're not preparing for the boxing fight, but at least walk on, make selfies... Plus, you'll have a great view on the city and Philadelphia Museum of Arts has some quite interesting pieces of art inside. Note: Rocky's statue, presented in Rocky II is situated near the steps, but not in front of museum's entrance.
Philadelphia Zoo is worth to visit at least for the eye of the tiger. You got it, right?
Mickey's gym never really existed, but this corner entrance is one of the most iconic places from the whole franchise, so it worth to see.
This is not only a place, where Rocky's beloved Adrian was buried and where he was visiting in "Rocky Balboa", it's also a the second major garden or rural cemetery in the United States. Laurel Hill contains more than 33,000 monuments, many of them from the 19th century. So, yes, if you have some time, go there.
Have some beer in The Irish Pub. This is where Rocky and Paulie were discussing Balboa's return to the ring. So, maybe some crucial decisions may be made here, huh?
Run, Rocky, run!..
Run... Or just enter: City hall has very interesting interiors and special tours, including tower and an observation deck.
Than run again... or just walk and visit one of many cultural institutions on this street.
Other great walking location in Philadelphia is Shhuylkill Banks Boardwalk, featured in the latest film of the series, "Creed".