Check out some of the family-fun features at the award-winning Citizens Bank Park!
All About Kids
Located in right field, this 13,000-square-foot interactive kids' baseball experience literally gives kids the chance to get into the game! Highlights include:
- Citizens Phan Field: A WIFFLE ball field complete with a major-league-class dugout and MLB-quality padded outfield wall, as well as an AstroTurf-covered field that stretches 70-feet deep. This authentic play area resembles the Phillies big-league field, with the diamond-orientation featuring a unique mural of the City skyline. Framing that view is a scaled-down version of the team's PhanaVision scoreboard and the iconic Liberty Bell, both clearly visible from the centrally located dugout.
- Hatfield Phanatic Hot Dog Launcher: Just like the Phanatic on dollar dog nights, kids can test their marksmanship by aiming at targets on the wall and sending foam-frankfurters soaring.
- A 30-foot Phanatic Climbing Wall, gives fans (in harnesses) the chance to clamber around graphic depictions of Philadelphia's landmark buildings.
- A Bullpen Speed Pitch: Fans can practice their pitches as well as measure their velocity with a radar gun.
- An Ice Cream Bar at The Yard The ultimate indulgence for any child or kid at heart, as well as kid-sized concessions!
The uniqueness of Citizens Bank Park carries over to the playing field with "Angle." The outfield wall, located between the left-center field power alley and dead center field, angles into the playing field and has heights that taper from 19' to 12' 8". Batted balls hitting the "Angle" are sure to create havoc for outfielders and produce some interesting extra-base hits.
The exterior architecture - comprised primarily of multiple shades of red brick, precast concrete and granite complemented by the green roofs with a copper patina finish - combines the essence of Philadelphia's rich tradition of sports architecture with an unmistakably 21st century style.
Black accent bricks patterned in the shape of baseball diamonds are inlaid across the top of the three primary facades. Additionally, along Pattison Avenue, the black bricks spell the word "Philadelphia" in 12' high letters. The ballpark architecture is a welcome addition to this historic city.
At the four corners of the site, landscaped entrance plazas open the park to the street. Each of these entrance plazas has a distinct character and focus, echoing the City of Philadelphia design plan with its four unique squares. Approaching the entrance plazas, the steel-framed seating bowl and twin light towers flank the primary entrances - which lead to the open-air main concourse and an open view to the playing field.
With the Philadelphia city skyline as the backdrop, the ballpark features bowl-style seating with the playing field scooped out 23 feet below street level. The seating bowl layout is inspired by the classic plans of Baker Bowl and Connie Mack Stadium, former homes of the Phillies. Like Connie Mack Stadium, the upper and lower decks do not correspond exactly in plan. The cantilevered steel structure allows for more open seating areas.
The walk-around, open-air concourses offer a continuous, uninterrupted view of the field. Guests can now enjoy the game whether they are in a seat, a concourse, a restaurant, a suite or a club lounge.
A festive outfield entertainment area open to all guests that is named in honor of Phillies legend Richie Ashburn, and features The Yard experience for kids, a variety of concession options with Philadelphia flavor, seating areas behind the batter's eye wall, and the '47 Alley Alley Store. It opens two hours prior to game time so fans can watch batting practice. Guests may enter Ashburn Alley through the Left Field Gate plaza, which salutes Phillies history and provides unique photo opportunities. This fun area spans the entire outfield concourse at 625' in length covering 50,000 square feet and includes:
Granite markers featuring Phillies All-Stars since the first All-Star Game in 1933 are on display along Ashburn Alley. Additions will take place annually as Phillies players receive All-Star honors.
In the Left Field Plaza area, "Boardwalk Eats," features boardwalk-style concessions such as hot dogs, burgers and desserts.
Also in the Left Field Plaza area is Bull's BBQ, where fans can enjoy food fresh off an over-sized grill, as well as mingle with 1980 World Series Champion Greg "The Bull" Luzinski.
Guests have the chance to view the bi-level bullpens and watch pitchers from both teams warm up. A special viewing platform in right-center field offers a unique peek into the bullpens.
CP Rankin Rooftop Bleacher Seats
The Phillies have brought back rooftop bleacher seats, a Shibe Park phenomenon of the 1920s when residents of 20th Street built bleacher seats on top of their roofs. The CP Rankin rooftop seats are located on top of the buildings along Ashburn Alley.
Left Field Plaza Photo Opportunities
Fans can take selfies with oversized Phillies' 2008 and 1980 World Series trophies, as well as large statues featuring the team's retired numbers: Richie Ashburn (1), Jim Bunning (14), Mike Schmidt (20), Steve Carlton (32), Robin Roberts (36) and Jackie Robinson (42).
Toyota Phillies Wall of Fame
Located in the Left Field Plaza on the back of the scoreboard is the Toyota Phillies Wall of Fame, which features bronze plaques of the players enshrined in the Phillies Wall of Fame that started at Veterans Stadium in 1978. Also on display are Phillies championship banners.
Artwork in the ballpark
Original artwork by Hall of Fame artist Dick Perez is on display in Cooperstown Gallery located in the Hall of Fame Club. The CP Rankin Club features original artwork by Philadelphia-area artist Dane Tilghman.
Unique tile mosaics by local artist Jonathan Mandell are displayed on the Main Concourse level.
Also featured is "Phillies Dream Scene," a classic oil painting by Australian artist Jamie Cooper, on display in the Suite and Club Entrance Lobby.
World-renowned sculptor Zenos Frudakis has created four 10-foot tall bronze statues of Phillies Hall of Famers Richie Ashburn, Robin Roberts, Steve Carlton and Mike Schmidt. In addition, the Phillies relocated the Connie Mack statue that was part of the Veterans Stadium and Connie Mack Stadium experiences. Mr. Mack's statue is located on the west side of Citizens Bank Way. The four Joe Brown statues that graced the Vet have been relocated to the perimeter of the parking lot where Veterans Stadium once stood.
A statue dedicated to the memory of Phillies Hall of Fame broadcaster Harry Kalas is located on the Main Concourse behind Section 141, near Harry the K's. The 7.5' statue was sculpted by Lawrence J. Nowlan.
Thirty-one images of popular Phillies Alumni outlined in action poses are featured in a terrazzo tile floor in the Suite and Club Entrance on Pattison Avenue.
Another terrazzo floor can be found in the CP Rankin Club.
To commemorate the site of Veterans Stadium, the Phillies built a monument as an everlasting memorial to veterans. The granite-covered memorial is prominently located on Pattison Avenue and includes bronze plaques representing the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and POW/MIA. Surrounding the memorial are seven poles that display the American, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and POW/MIA flags. The flags fly year-round.
Citizens Bank Park is designed with a unique construction "break" in the Hall of Fame Club/Pavilion Level (near Section 210). The "break" lowers the entire right field Pavilion Deck approximately 20 feet, moving those seats lower and closer to the playing field. It also provides a viewing platform that allows guests to see the game and catch a glimpse of the Philadelphia skyline.
Citizens Bank Ballpark Bankers
These all-star bankers, courtesy of Citizens Bank, are here every game to provide guests with a memorable experience at Citizens Bank Park. From meeting and greeting guests at The Yard and Citizens Phan Field (located in Ashburn Alley) to providing courtesy golf carts rides in the parking lots, these friendly faces will surprise and delight fans with a host of great gifts, ideas and information...all to ensure that your trip to Citizens Bank Park is the best experience in baseball.
Citizens Bank Park is designed with an open outfield, providing guests with a fantastic view of the Center City skyline.
Named No. 1 MLB ballpark in vegetarian options - six out of the past seven years!
There's so much to choose when it comes to the wide selection of food and beverages at Citizens Bank Park. Fans can enjoy traditional ballpark fare, as well as plenty of foods with Philadelphia flavor. Fans can also enjoy a variety of healthier and gluten-free food options - just another reason why the home of the Phillies has been rated one of the best ballparks in the country!
Food and beverages are available throughout Citizens Bank Park at permanent locations, numerous portable stands and two restaurants. All concession areas are wheelchair accessible. The concessionaire is a joint venture involving Aramark, the Phillies and World Wide Concessions.
A unique feature of the park is the 360-degree openness of the Main Concourse that gives fans a continuous, uninterrupted view of the field. It enables fans to stay in touch with the game if they leave their seats for a trip to the concession stands. The Terrace Level Concourse has a similar openness.
Located in the Hall of Fame Club behind the Press Box, Cooperstown Gallery features oil paintings of baseball legends from the Phillies and Philadelphia Athletics who are enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Cooperstown Gallery is one of the many stops on the ballpark tours.
CP Rankin Club
The luxurious CP Rankin Club, featuring 1,281 extra-wide, padded seats, is located behind home plate and offers unparalleled sightlines along with an amenities package that includes in-seat wait service. Members have access to the climate-controlled CP Rankin Clubhouse Lounge that features a upscale dining options, full-service bars and views of the indoor batting cages used by the Phillies and their opponent.
Hall of Fame Club
Premium seating located primarily in the infield on the Hall of Fame Club Level, the Club unites spectacular sightlines with first-class amenities. The 2,500-seat area provides the luxury of a padded seat along with access to climate-controlled lounges with full-service bars, multiple HD TVs and upscale food options.
Liberty Bell Home Run Spectacular
Towering 100 feet above street level, the Liberty Bell rings after every Phillies home run. The bell and clapper sway from side to side independently, its neon edges light and pulsate and its ring can be heard throughout the park. The 35-foot by 50-foot Liberty Bell is located in right-center field.
New Era Phillies Team Store: Located adjacent to the Third Base Gate, the expansive team store featuring official Phillies merchandise is open year-round, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. On game days with a start time of 1:05 p.m. or earlier, the store can only be accessed from the concourse with a game ticket. The store is closed on major holidays. Enter from inside the park during events (behind Section 134) or outside during non-event times (on Citizens Bank Way).
Pass and Stow
This area, adjacent to the Third Base Plaza, features an outdoor beer garden and Goose Island at the Park Bar, Foundry Pizza serving brick-oven pizza, a family-friendly sports pub, 44 TVs to catch game action, and more! Opens two hours before the start of each home game, and remains open post-game.
Luxurious Suites are located directly above the Field Level seats and afford spectacular views of the action. A total of 70 Suites are accessible by a balcony that overlooks the Main Concourse. Inside the Suites, guests are treated to state-of-the-art amenities including upscale catering, comfortable seating and furnishings that carry a distinct baseball flavor.