ROCKY BALBOA (2006)It' Ain't Over Till It's Over
(Philadelphia) Rocky Jr. works in this modern all-glass building located in Philadelphia. It’s here that Rocky comes to visit his son, and meets Robert’s boss for a photo.
(Philadelphia) In 2006’s ‘Rocky Balboa’, the first time we see Rocky, its in this house, located in his old Kensington, Philadelphia neighborhood.
(Philadelphia) The demolished ice skating rink where Rocky takes Adrian for their first date on Thanksgiving night.
(Philadelphia) Rocky Jr.’s apartment house sets the scene for Rocky’s dream of stepping back into the ring.
(Philadelphia) Thirsty? You can stop for a drink at the pub where “Baby Rocky” watched the computer fight between his dad and Mason Dixon.
(Philadelphia) The Lucky Seven Tavern seen in Rocky is a different location than the one in Rocky Balboa.
(Las Vegas) Mandalay Bay’s sports arena was the scene of Rocky’s final fight against Mason Dixon.
(Philadelphia) This run-down street was used as the seedy neighborhood of grown-up Little Marie and her son, Steps. Her house has a nice, workin’ lightbulb out front, too.
(Philadelphia) This old and revered cemetery marks Adrian’s final resting place, and the tree where Rocky stores his folding chair is really there among the rolling hills.
(Philadelphia) Rocky’s little eatery is a real-life restaurant called The Victor Cafe. Stop in for an elegant dinner and you’ll find that the interior is much the same, despite Victor’s elegant operatic decor.