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Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia

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Tourist Spot
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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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Go at least 2 times a year. It's a decent ball park. Turn offs is that everything is so expensive. If they put that money into talent then it wouldn't be so bad. Not really a bad seat on the lower lev...  more »
  • Every time I visit Philly I try to catch a game or two. Again I found the ballpark to be extremely fan friendly and accommodating. The entertainment (the Phanatic) is second to none, as are the food o...  more »
  • Sometimes the Phillies are not the best team to go see. However their stadium compensates the nice night out surrounding the sites and the sounds of the game. There are outdoor concerts, plenty of foo...  more »
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  • Nice stadium! Parking (due to location) is some the easiest I've ever encountered for a pro sporting event. Great view from level 3 behind home plate. Free refill on coke, never remember having that before. Crab fries seem to be popular. Didn't find a cheese-steak that looked authentic. 4.25 out of 5. Lady usher in section 320 was very nice!
  • This is a very nice ballpark. It is very easy to get to, there is plenty of parking and the gates are staffed appropriately. The amenities are good and plentiful. Sight lines are excellent, the seats are a little tight but that's standard these days. Access around the ball park is easy, not crowded. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because of its location, I prefer a downtown ball park. But the sports complex in Philly is pretty good, it's easy to get around and to get in and out of.
  • Smart latout. We have greatly enjoyed our visits. Remarkably clean for a sports complex. Could use more lighting and security in the parking lots during night games.
  • Took my son to his 1st game. The game was great, seat attendants were helpful and courteous. Last game they won I believe. Warning: Septa Broad St Line is downright scary at night.
  • The park has just about anything you want, the trouble is finding it. It is very crowded but hey it's a ballpark. The experience is fun for the family but it will cost you. Overall a fun place to watch baseball and have the beer you want(if you can find it) but expect to pay.