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#VISITPHILLY Photo Spots – The Best Places for Photo Ops in Philadelphia

Snap and share photos in front of Philadelphia’s iconic structures and places

XOXO marks the spot in Philadelphia thanks to fun #VISITPHILLY Photo Spots located at highly trafficked and iconic areas throughout the city.

Locals and the millions of visitors in town are encouraged to snap photos with special With Love-branded chairs, a bike, a carousel horse and sculptures, tag them #VISITPHILLY and share them on social media. An initiative of VISIT PHILADELPHIA®, the promotion ties into the organization’s beloved With Love, Philadelphia XOXO® campaign.

The With Love-branded structures appear all over Center City from the Delaware River to the Schuylkill River, as shown in the interactive map below.

Plus, great Philadelphia photo opportunities such as the Rocky statue, the Philadelphia Museum of Art steps and many others extend well beyond the locations housing #VISITPHILLY Photo Spots structures.

Read on for the locations of the #VISITPHILLY Photo Spots and other great photo-worthy locations around the city.

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The LOVE Statue

Note: Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture has been removed for renovation while the sculpture’s home — Philadelphia’s iconic John F. Kennedy Plaza, better known as LOVE Park — gets an overhaul ahead of its re-opening in September 2017. However, just a short walk away from LOVE Park stands the equally grand AMOR sculpture, the bilingual version of the LOVE sculpture, on display at Sister Cities Park.
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The Rocky Statue

Visiting the the Rocky Statue, located to the right of the steps to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, is pretty much a must on your first visit to Philadelphia. After all, it's one of the most popular attractions in Philadelphia.

Photo tip: Don't just stand there! Throw your arms up in Rocky's iconic pose and shout, "Yo, Adrian!"

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The Adirondack chair at Spruce Street Harbor Park

The awesome Spruce Street Harbor Park is back for a third season with more hammocks, more food, more beer — and the return of the photogenic big red Visit Philly Adirondack chair.

Photo tip: Kindly ask the person in line behind you to snag the perfect riverside photo of you with your friends, your family or during that special moment.

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The rocking chair at Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest

For a second year, the area that housed winter’s Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest has transformed into a warm-weather edition with an outdoor roller rink, a nine-hole mini-golf course, an urban beach lounge and a red rocking chair perfect for commemorating your visit with a photo.

Photo tip: Go for a dusk shot to capture the lighting from the RiverRink in the background.

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The AMOR Statue on the Art Museum Steps

One of the City of Brotherly Love’s best-known landmarks is LOVE — the Robert Indiana sculpture now in Dilworth Park. Now, To mark the historic visit by the pope to the U.S. and Philadelphia in September 2015, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Association for Public Art teamed up to install the six-foot-tall bilingual version — “amor” translates to “love” in Spanish — of the iconic sculpture, which temporarily lives on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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The LOVE Statue at Locust Walk

The tree-lined Locust Walk on the University of Pennsylvania campus is one of the city’s most pleasant spaces, with gothic ivy-covered red brick buildings dating back to the late 1800s and one of Robert Indiana’s famous Love sculptures. (There’s another one currently at Dilworth Park near the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.)

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