WATCH: Massive turnout in Philadelphia for George Floyd protests

Per PennLife, thousands turned out in Philadelphia for the protests against police brutality and racial injustice Saturday.

Though no official estimate on the crowd size has been made, NBC10 Philadelphia’s aerial footage showed a mass of people that extended from the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway through Logan Circle past the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul:

That’s a distance of about one mile.

The demonstration at the Art Museum began around noon and was wrapping up around 3:30 p.m., according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.

While the Art Museum demonstration was the largest in the city, protestors also gathered at City Hall, in South Philly and outside the Municipal Services Building, where the controversial statue of Frank Rizzo was removed earlier in the week