Citizens Bank Park
Home of the Philadelphia Phillies
Experience the Park Citizens Bank Park Fan Guide
Get to the Game
Septa is one of the easiest ways to get to and from Citizens Bank Park because the subway’s final stop along the Broad Street Line is Broad and Pattison, only a stone’s throw from the ballpark. To ride the subway to and from the game will cost you two tokens (one in each direction) and you can buy them in a packet of two ($2.90), five ($7.25), or 10 ($14.50).
If you don’t want to exit the subway with everyone else at Broad and Pattison you could always exit at Broad and Oregon or even further back at Broad and Snyder. All three stops are within walking distance of the stadium complex (Lincoln Financial Field, home of the NFL’s Eagles, and the Wachovia Center, home of the NHL’s Flyers and NBA’s Sixers, are next door). Buses also serve the park and the fare is the same as the subway.
If you’re driving, both Interstates 95 and 76 (Schuylkill Expressway) pass close by, and the Walt Whitman Bridge and the Ben Franklin Bridge (via I-95) bring fans to and from New Jersey. Parking at the complex increased to $11 in 2008, but that’s better than most ballparks, and there are plenty of spots. Click for driving directions and an excellent parking map.