Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia Phillies

Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia Phillies

Phillies Game Pixabay Public Domain

Phillies Game Pixabay Public Domain

If you have any baseball fans in your group, especially any Phillies fans, you are going to want to make a stop at Citizens Bank Park for either a stadium tour or a game!

This park opened up in 2004 with a game vs the Indians, and since then it has grown into a beloved local sports staple.

If you are visiting during offseason, October - March, your group will have only the option to tour the stadium each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:30, weather pending. If you are visiting during April - September, you can choose to either tour or see a home game if possible. On game days, there are public tours at 10:30 and 12:30, on non-game days at 10:30. The tours are a combination audio/visual presentation showing you the Dugout, Diamond Club, Hall of Fame Club, Broadcast Booth, and various parts of the field if possible. The tours last 90 minutes and all begin at the Majestic Clubhouse Store. Keep in mind that you will need to wear comfortable shoes, as the tour will have you walking just about a mile total.

If you are here for a game, be aware that there are several 'fun zones' to check out in between plays, such as The Yard, a kid zone with a climbing wall, pitching area, and concession stand, as well as the Phanatic Phun Zone and Phood Cart. There are several different options for concessions and meals throughout, and if you have extra time to explore we suggest checking out the Veterans Memorial on Pattison Ave!

Go Phillies!