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Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.6/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web
Locals call Citizens Bank Park the Bank or CBP. Tours of the Philadelphia Phillies' baseball park, which boasts a natural dirt-and-grass playing field, include the Phillies dugout, Diamond Club, Hall of Fame Club, broadcast booth, and media room. Look for the plaque commemorating the landing spot of Jim Thome's 400th home run. At Ashburn Alley behind center field, baseball greats are honored. Consider downing a cold one at the High and Inside Pub behind home plate, which is open to the public after the games start. During games, food stands inside the park serve regional specialties, such as hoagies and cheesesteaks A visit to Citizens Bank Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Philadelphia vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • While the surrounding areas around the ballpark are rather shady, the park itself is very nice. The food options are good (several local options including Tony Luke's and Rita's) and it newer and well...  read more »
  • Been to 5-6 games at Connie Mack, 30+ at the Vet, this my first at CBP. Wife and I both enjoyed the game and nice that Phils won. Got there a little early so we could tour Ashbury Alley, the Phils wal...  read more »
  • Home to the Philadelphia Phillies, Ciitzens Bank Park is a fairly new park with great variety of concessions, entertainment for kids and merchandise. Standard ballpark fare is availible, but you're mi...  read more »
  • Citizens Bank Park is really nice and looks very new. Its a big stadium and there is plenty of seating. Chickie's & Petes is really good and the drinks are a little expensive. Parking can be an issue but show up early for a better spot. Definitely a fun time in the summer.
  • This Ballpark has so many varieties of food and beer, you will be satisfied. There's plenty of activities to keep the children occupied, if the game isn't for them. Pleasant atmosphere, variety of stores to purchase jerseys, hats, t-shirts, various Phillies memorabilia, game used items as well. During the season. there are ticket specials as well. Come down and enjoy our home.
  • Truly a baseball gem. Built to last decades and placed in the Sports Hub of Philadelphia with access to SEPTA Broad Street (Orange) line as well as I-95 & I-76. Game Day traffic is dense, especially when the team is winning. Food choices feature an array of ethnic flavors including Philly classics. Tony Luke's cheesesteaks and Chickie n Pete's Crab Fries to name a few. Polite and friendly Game Day Staff. Heightened Security practices (including metal detectors) ease concerns once inside the venue.
  • The home puff the Philadelphia Phillies. A great plane to watch a baseball game. Very few bad seats. Very good eateries. Parking is in abundance although a bit pricey. When the Phillies are winning make it a point to be in the building the atmosphere is electric. Even when they aren't winning it's stilll a lot of fun at the ' ole ballpark'
  • Great views from anywhere in the Stadium. Great food available here. Restaurant overlooking the field is handy in a rain delay, and after ! I have not been to a lot of baseball parks around the country so I don't have much to compare it too, but I hope there are all like this.
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