Citizens Bank Park Gate & Parking Lot Guide [Philadelphia Phillies]


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If you are heading to a Philadelphia Phillies game or other type of hosted event at Citizens Bank Park, this Citizens Bank Park Gate and Parking Guide will help you understand where all the stadium entrances, stadium gates, and stadium parking options are located.

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These are the Citizens Bank Park parking lots, entrances, and gates that we cover in this guide:

  • Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate
  • Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate
  • Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate
  • Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate
  • Citizens Bank Park Suite Entrance
  • Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance
  • Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley Entrance
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot K
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot M
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot P
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot S
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot Q
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot R
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot T
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot V
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot U

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This article will cover everything you need to know about Citizens Bank Park in terms of gate locations, parking lot entrance locations, when the stadium gates open, and more relevant information you’ll want to know prior to arrival. It will also detail some of the best attractions in and surrounding the stadium that we recommend visitors experience before or after the game. 

Citizens Bank Park Gate Information

Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate Entrance Location

The Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate Entrance is located on the southeast side of the stadium near the Citizens Park Lot P Parking Entrance. Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate Entrance is on Pattison Avenue near the intersection of South Darien Street. There is a large “Citizens Bank Park” sign above the ballpark fencing with a sign behind it that reads “First Base Gate”. Once inside, you will be very close to the Hall of Fame Club, if you want to check out some Phillies history.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate Entrance as you view it from Pattison Avenue near the intersection with South Darien Street. There is a large clearing outside the gate with many trees and landscaped plots. The Citizens Bank First Base Gate Entrance is set back off the road so you can gather outside to meet up with someone.

Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate Entrance Location

The Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate Entrance is located on the south side of the stadium in between Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate and Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate. Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate is located along Pattison Avenue, right across the street from the Citizens Bank Park Lot K. There is a large “Phillies” sign above the gate, which is just under a small overhang. The Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate is also known as the Citizens Bank Park Suite Entrance as it is only for Suite ticket holders.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate Entrance as you view it Pattison Avenue. Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate is located just under a small overhang that reads “Suite and Club Entrance Home Plate”. Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate is actually just several glass doors. Home Plate Gate is set beneath a large set of window and in between two large brick pillars.

Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate Entrance Location

The Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate Entrance is located on the southwest corner of the stadium. Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate is located at the intersection of Citizens Bank Way and Pattison Avenue. There is a large “Citizens Bank Park” sign above a smaller sign that reads “Third Base Gate” above the outer fencing of the gate. You will also find the large 19-foot “Liberty Bell” that used to sit atop the old Veterans Stadium.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance of the Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate as you view it from the intersection of Citizens Bank Way and Pattison Avenue. Outside of Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate there is a large clearing where you will find the retired number Dick Allen statue, which is a popular picture taking spot. The clearing has several landscaped areas along with a few trees.

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Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate Entrance Location

The Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate Entrance is located on the northeast corner of the stadium at the intersection of Citizens Bank Way and Phillies Drive (Hartranft Street). The Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate Entrance has a large “Citizens Bank Park” at the very top of the stadium, with a smaller “Citizens Bank Park” sign below. Behind the gate entrance you will see a sign that reads “Left Field Gate”. You will also see the Phillies Championship banners hanging on the stadium wall behind the gate.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the area of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate as you view it from the intersection of Citizens Bank Way and Phillies Drive. There is a large clearing outside of the gate with the iconic Steve Carlton statue. This is also where you will see smaller statues of the retired Phillies jersey numbers. You will also see an express lane area for those that haven’t brought bags.

Citizens Bank Park Suite Entrance Location

The Citizens Bank Park Suite Entrance is located on the south side of the stadium in between Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate and Citizens Bank Park Third Base Gate. Citizens Bank Park Suite Entrance is located along Pattison Avenue, right across the street from the Citizens Bank Park Lot K. There is a large “Phillies” sign above the gate, which is just under a small overhang. The Citizens Bank Park Suite Entrance is also known as the Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate and it is only for Suite ticket holders.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the Citizens Bank Park Suite Entrance as you view it Pattison Avenue. Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate is located just under a small overhang that reads “Suite and Club Entrance Home Plate”. Citizens Bank Park Home Plate Gate is actually just several glass doors. There is also a Suite Entrance located on the Citizens Bank Way, but this entrance is not always open.

Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance Location

The Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance is located on the northeast side of the stadium along Hartranft Street close to the intersection with South Darien Street. As you approach the Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance on Hartranft Street you will see a warehouse area with multiple doors along a recessed entrance with a large “Citizens Bank Park” sign. You will also see a yellow “foul pole” that indicates where the Citizens Bank Park The Yard entrance. The Yard is part of the Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley area.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance as you view it from Hartranft Street. The Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance is on the east end of the Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley area. The Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance is an entertainment area primarily for kids to have fun in. You will also see several murals on the walls of the warehouse area.

Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley Entrance Location

The Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley Entrance is located on the north side of the stadium along Hartranft Street where it intersects with South 10th Street. As you approach the Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley Entrance on Hartranft Street there will be small gates recessed in the brick walls. The gates are along the sidewalk and there are a few trees in landscape areas. Citizens Bank Park The Yard Entrance is also part of the set of entrances that make up Citizens Bank park Ashburn Alley Entrances.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the Citizens Bank Park Gate Entrance as you view it from Hartranft Street. The Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley entrances leads to many activities and attractions inside the ballpark. The outside of Citizens Bank park in this area is basically just bricks with small gates. Inside the ballpark you will find The Yard, The Bullpens, The Left Field Plaza, The 47 Alley Store and more.

Citizens Bank Park Parking Lot Information

Citizens Bank Park Lot K Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot K entrance is located on South 11th Street near the intersection with North Access Rd. Citizens Bank Park Lot K is a good option for fans to park in if you are heading to the game from the south or the west. Citizens Bank Park Lot K is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Third base Gate or Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate. It is about a 5 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Lot K. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot K will be open for all Phillies games, but if there is an Eagles game parking may be limited. You can take South 11th Street or walk through Lot K to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot K you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time or use a credit card at the entrance.

Citizens Bank Park Lot M Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot M entrance is located on Pattison Avenue near the intersection with South 7th Street. Citizens Bank Park Lot M is a good option for those fans traveling to the game from the south or the East. Citizens Bank Park Lot M is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Third base Gate or Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate. It is about a 5 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Lot M. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot M will be open for all Phillies games, but if there is an Eagles game parking may be limited. You can take Pattison Avenue to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot M you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time or use a credit card at the entrance. There is handicap parking in Citizens Bank Park Lot M.

Citizens Bank Park Lot P Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot P entrance is located on South Darien Street just across from Citizens Bank Park Parking Plaza. Citizens Bank Park Lot P is a good option for fans to park in if you are heading to the game from the East. Citizens Bank Park Lot P ideal for Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate. It is about a 5 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park. Lot P is not shared with the Eagles.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Lot P. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot P will be open for all Phillies games, and Eagles games should not affect availability. You can follow South Darien Street south to Citizens Bank Park First Base Gate. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot P you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time, as no drive up parking is allowed.

Citizens Bank Park Lot S Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot S entrance is located on Phillies Drive just west of Citizens Bank Park. Citizens Bank Park Lot S is a good option for those fans traveling to the game from the north or west. Citizens Bank Park Lot S is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate. It is about a 5 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is not a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Lot S. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot S will be open for all Phillies games and Eagles games should not affect availability. You can take Phillies Drive or walk through Lot S to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot S you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time as no drive up parking is allowed.

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Citizens Bank Park Lot Q Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot Q entrance is located on South Darien Street just north of the stadium. Citizens Bank Park Lot Q is a good option for those fans traveling to the game from the north or east. Citizens Bank Park Lot Q is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley or Citizens Bank Park The Yard entrances. It is about a 10 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is not a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Lot Q. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot Q will be open for all Phillies games and Eagles games should not affect availability. You can take South Darien Street or walk through Lot Q to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot Q you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time, as no drive up parking is allowed.

Citizens Bank Park Lot R Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot R entrance is located on South 10th Street just northwest of the stadium. Citizens Bank Park Lot R is a good option for those fans traveling to the game from the north or the west. Citizens Bank Park Lot R is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate or Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley Entrances. It is about a 5 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is not a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Lot R. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot R will be open for all Phillies games and Eagles games should not affect availability. You can take Phillies Drive to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot R you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time or use a credit card at the entrance. Credit card parking is only allowed in half the lot, so it may be limited.

Citizens Bank Park Lot T Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot T entrance is located on Pattison Avenue near the “Wells Fargo Center” sign just west of the stadium. Citizens Bank Park Lot T is a good option for those fans traveling to the game from the west. Citizens Bank Park Lot T is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Third base Gate or Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate. It is about a 10 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Lot T. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot T will be open for all Phillies games, but if there is an Eagles game parking may be limited. You can take Pattinson Avenue or walk through Lot S to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot T you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time or use a credit card at the entrance.

Citizens Bank Park Lot V Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot V entrance is located on Phillies Drive (Hartranft Street) northwest of the stadium. Citizens Bank Park Lot V is a good option for those fans traveling to the game from the north or the west. Citizens Bank Park Lot V is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate or Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley Entrances. It is about a 10 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Lot V. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot V will be open for all Phillies games, but if there is an Eagles game parking may be limited. You can take Phillies Drive (Hartranft Street) to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot V you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time or use a credit card at the entrance.

Citizens Bank Park Lot U Parking Location

The Citizens Bank Park Lot U entrance is located on Phillies Drive (Hartranft Street) northwest of the stadium. Citizens Bank Park Lot U is a good option for those fans traveling to the game from the north or the west. Citizens Bank Park Lot U is ideal for Citizens Bank Park Left Field Gate or Citizens Bank Park Ashburn Alley Entrances. It is about a 10 minute walk to Citizens Bank Park from here. This parking lot is a shared lot with Lincoln Financial Field.

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Lot U. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking is usually your best option to make sure you get a spot and avoid other hassles.

Click here to view a 360-degree view of the entrance to Citizens Bank Park Lot U will be open for all Phillies games, but if there is an Eagles game parking may be limited. You can take Phillies Drive (Hartranft Street) to get to the stadium. To park in Citizens Bank Park Lot U you will need to get a Permit Pass ahead of time or use a credit card at the entrance.

Citizens Bank Park Parking Garages 

Does Citizens Bank Park have a parking garage?

If you are looking for a Citizens Bank Park parking garage, currently, Citizens Bank Park does not have an official parking garage. Citizens Bank Park does have numerous surface level lots located conveniently around the outside of the stadium, including Preferred lots.

Fans are encouraged to prepay for parking before arriving at Citizens Bank Park. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com).

Where to Park for Phillies Games? 

When going to a Philadelphia Phillies game you have basically two choices between types of parking lots. You can park in a Citizens Bank Park Prepaid Preferred Parking where you have to get a permit or you can park in a Citizens Bank Park Parking Lot that takes permits and credit cards. There are numerous Citizens Bank Park Parking Lots for both choices.

The list of Citizens Bank Preferred Parking Lots that we detail in this article are:

  • Citizens Bank Park Lot S
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot P
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot Q
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot V
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot R

The Citizens Bank Park Parking Lots that accept credit cards while also allowing for Preferred Permits that we detail in this article are:

  • Citizens Bank Park Lot K
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot U
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot T
  • Citizens Bank Park Lot M

There are a lot of parking options when going to a Phillies game. With that said, the Phillies games are very popular and parking fills up fast. We recommend getting a parking pass ahead of time to avoid hassle and availability issues. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com).

Do you have to pay to park at Citizens Bank Park?

Yes, it does cost to park in Citizens Bank Park Parking Lots. This is where you can view the current price of parking passes available for Phillies games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com). Prepaying for parking can eliminate hassle and wait times at the stadium.

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