Philadelphia has its share of vibrant neighborhoods, including those quaint little blocks that are just steps away from all the hustle and bustle of the city. These beautiful streets range from the historic alleys to the tree aligned and cobblestoned paths. These charming blocks offer the perfect escape from cars and crowds of people which make them ideal for taking engagement and wedding photos. What better way to capture your love and the beauty of our city than at these popular scenic streets and hidden gems. If you’re looking for unique streets to adventure to then stroll down our list of the most beautiful Philly streets.
From the beautiful houses built in the early 1800’s to the undeniable curb appeal, this street has it’s own historic charm. The gorgeous homes in this Rittenhouse neighborhood make the perfect backdrop for any photo plus it’s quiet and charming.
1100 block of Manning Street and S. Quince Street between Locust and Spruce Street
We may be a little biased to say that Manning Street is our favorite (maybe it’s because our office is located on this block!) but this street is absolutely beautiful in spring especially when the cherry blossoms are at their peak. Take a stroll down Quince Street and you’ll see ivy-lined historic homes in this Washington Square West neighborhood.
Our nations oldest residential street is also one of the most beautiful. It’s a gorgeous landmark for photos, even though there may groups of tourists, the side pockets of the alley are perfect for a secluded shoot!
S. Chadwick (between the 1600 and 1700 block of Spruce and Pine Street)
This unique hidden gem will awe you with its one-of-a-kind qualities. From the colorful doors to the cobblestoned streets what’s not to love about this block?
1700 block of Addison Street
The ever-so-popular Addison Street will steal your heart when you see the trees draped with string lights. One of the most beautiful streets in Philly that we think are perfect for proposals, engagement, and wedding photos to add a little sparkle to your love!
There were so many unique streets to choose from! So if you made it this far, drop us a comment below and tell us what your favorite Philly street is.