Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is a beloved baseball stadium known for its passionate fans and as the home of the Philadelphia Phillies. With a seating capacity of over 43,000, it offers an intimate and authentic baseball experience. The stadium is celebrated for its panoramic view of the Philadelphia skyline, adding to the game's ambiance. Its design features a combination of brick, steel, and glass, reflecting a classic yet modern aesthetic.
The park's Ashburn Alley, named after Phillies legend Richie Ashburn, is a popular gathering spot for fans, showcasing the team's history. The field boasts well-maintained natural grass and a traditional layout. Citizens Bank Park is also famous for its wide variety of local food options, including iconic Philly cheesesteaks, offering a true taste of Philadelphia. The stadium's family-friendly atmosphere and state-of-the-art facilities make it a favorite among Phillies fans and baseball enthusiasts.
Unopened plastic bottles (non-alcoholic), baby bottles and single-serve, soft-sided juice containers are allowed in the ballpark.
It doesn't seem like you're allowed to bring food into the ballpark.
Only single compartment purses, medical bags and diaper bags will be permitted into Citizens Bank Park. Backpacks are no longer permitted.
Sections 102,208, 218, 225 & 320 - This local icon serves up their famous crabfries, crinkle cut fries dusted with Old Bay with their signature cheese sauce.
Section 147 - Swing by here to get a local staple, the cheesesteak, as well as a roast pork sandwich.
Section 243 - Name after the Phillies HOF broadcaster Harry Kalas, this outdoor bar can get pretty crowded serving up drinks and ballpark food favorites.
Section 140 - Having trouble deciding between a delicious chicken sandwich or some donuts? Stop by here and just get both.
Left Field Gate - Outdoor BBQ area serving up pulled pork, smoked uplled brisket, their famous "Bulldog" kielbasa sandwich as well as others.