Citizens Bank Park
Park Name: Citizens Bank Park
Tenants: Philadelphia Phillies (National League)
Address: 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148
Dimensions: 329' (L), 401' (C), 330' (R)
The view from behind home plate at Citizens Bank Park.
The view from down the first base line, looking toward the scoreboard in left field.
The view from down the third base line. The out of town scores run along the right field wall.
The grandstand at Citizens Bank Park, as seen from center field.
A statue just outside the parking lot commemorates the location of the Phillies former home, Veterans Stadium.
Flags celebrating the Phillies 1980 and 2008 World Series Championships fly over the street surrounding the ballpark.
The concourse running behind center field is named Ashburn Alley, named for Phillies Hall of Fame center fielder Richie Ashburn, and features games, memorabilia and several food options as well as rooftop seating.
Memory Lane in Ashburn Alley features murals celebrating the history of the Phillies franchise, and plaques dedicated to former Phillies greats.
Plaques along the concourse walkway celebrate All Star seasons by Phillies players.
The stacked bullpens are just feet from the center field concourse and stands. The Phillies bullpen was originally on top, but was moved to the bottom so the visitors would be closer to the rowdy Philadelphia fans.
The Liberty Bell sign hangs over the rooftop bleachers in center field.
The video scoreboard towers over the left field bleachers.
"Harry the K's" restaurant is tucked underneath the outfield bleachers and offers sit down dining overlooking the field from a restaurant that celebrates the Phillies longtime broadcaster Harry Kalas.
The pressbox and suite level sits underneath the third deck overhang.
The concourse features large banners celebrating Phillies players, and the open second deck concourse looks down over the first deck.
While most of the seating bowl features 4 decks, the terrace in right field features one large, covered grandstand that evokes classic ballpark grandstands.
The outfield at Citizens Bank Park, as seen from the right field corner.
The outfield wall makes several sharp corners and changes in dimensions as it wraps around from left to right. "The Angle" in left center is the most dramatic.
The intricately landscaped batter's eye in center field.
The wall makes one last sharp turn in left field, putting the foul pole a few feet closer to home plate.
The view of the playing field from the upper deck at Citizens Bank Park.
The Philadelphia skyline as seen over the left center field fence.
The Philadelphia Phillies on the field during a game at Citizens Bank Park.
The Liberty Bell lights up and "rings" back and forth after a Phillies home run.