Philadelphia February 04, 2018
These 15 Aerial Views Of Philadelphia Will Leave You Mesmerized
We see Philly from the streets every day when we’re walking past landmarks or through rowhomes— it’s always from the same point of view. Thanks to the popularity in drone photography, you can now see the city in a completely different way! Check out these aerial views of Philadelphia to see your favorite landmarks from a bird’s-eye-view. These pictures are fascinating!
1. This view from Columbus Park shows off South Philly with the skyline in the background.
2. If you don't have a drone, you can still see an amazing aerial view of Philadelphia from the top of City Hall!
3. This quiet scene by the Stadiums was clearly taken on an off-day.
4. The bright green cap of the Basilica of St. Peter and Paul stands out in this image!
5. Here it is again with Logan Square and the unique Embassy Suites building.
6. You can catch a stunning view of the Art Museum, Boathouse Row, the Zoo Balloon, and the Schuylkill River from the 50th floor of Three Logan Square.
7. The following drone images show the Art Museum, Parkway, and Fairmount Waterworks like you've never seen before.
8. I'm not sure if this view makes understanding Parkway traffic any easier, though.
9. The Navy Yard is fascinating from above!
10. Here are a few of the inactive ships, docked for maintenance.
11. Penn's Landing looks enormous from above. Can you spot the Moshulu?
12. Here's one of Philadelphia's most interesting abandoned spaces - the Reading Viaduct.
13. This now vacant railway was originally built in 1893. The East Branch, shown here, hasn't been used since 1984.
14. Here's a chilly winter view of Neshaminy Creek, up near Bensalem. It looks otherworldly!
15. What's your favorite place to take in the skyline, or a view of Philadelphia? Let me know in the comments!
If you want to take in an amazing view of Philadelphia without a drone, get yourself to these
9 Scenic Overlooks In Philadelphia That Will Leave You Breathless and take in the sights with your very own eyes.