Welcome to Citizens Bank Park, the spectacular home of the Phillies. With the help of an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) consultant, Citizens Bank Park was designed to be universally accessible and comfortable for our guests with disabilities.
This Citizens Bank Park Access Guide was developed with one goal in mind: to assist our guests with disabilities in becoming familiar with a facility that is "not your typical ballpark." A variety of accommodations are offered to make your experience an enjoyable one.
The Phillies take pride in serving all our guests and hope the Citizens Bank Park experience will bring you back many times in the future.
Disabled parking spaces are available for $18 in all of our Preferred Lots immediately surrounding Citizens Bank Park. A valid placard or hang tag is required. It is recommended that guests arrive early and park in the first lot available to them.
Companion seating is available alongside the spaces for guests using wheelchairs at a maximum, 3:1 ratio (3 companions per wheelchair). Folding chairs will be provided for companions.
See Ticket Information for Seating Locations.
Access doors throughout the ballpark, in both public and private areas, have visual and tactile characters per Standards for Accessible Design.
Guest Services has a limited supply of FM Assisted Listening Receivers that amplify the public address system and may be obtained at Guest Services on the Main Concourse (behind Section 121). A valid driver’s license, credit card or other form of identification must be provided in order to use the device.
For the convenience of our guests, there are eight Citizens Bank ATM Machines located throughout the ballpark: View Amenities Map.
Our scoreboard, Phanavision, has a dedicated closed captioning screen.
All concession areas are wheelchair accessible.
We have no restrictions on guests bringing food into the building other than bag size established by MLB.
Elevators that service guests with disabilities are located behind sections 103, 112, 119, 123 and 137. These elevators service the Hall of Fame Club Level and Terrace Level. Other elevators for guests with disabilities include:
In addition to elevators, Citizens Bank Park is equipped with ramps (First Base and Left Field Gates), escalators (behind Sections 114, 126 and 140) and stairways (First Base and Left Field Gates).
In the event of an emergency, Phillies personnel have been trained and instructed to assist you in evacuating the premises.
All guests enter Citizens Bank Park on the Main Concourse at street level.
Guests may not bring any of the following into Citizens Bank Park:
Any such items should be returned to their vehicle and/or discarded. All fans are subject to metal detection procedures and a bag search before entering the ballpark. Fans who are not comfortable with metal detectors will be subject to a pat-down.
Guests who would like to discreetly notify our game-day staff of guest services issues (e.g. security needed, spilled drink, medical issue, etc.) may do so by texting the word "PHILLIES" (SPACE) issue and location to 69050. Text messages are received and responded to by Phillies personnel during all home games.
First aid stations are located on the Main Concourse (behind Section 105) and the Terrace Level (behind Section 318). Each location is staffed with medical personnel. If medical assistance is needed, please notify the nearest Phillies personnel or proceed to the nearest location.
Located on the Main Concourse (behind Section 122) and the Terrace Level (behind Section 318), Guest Services will assist you with questions, concerns and requests for information. Open from the time the gates open until 15 minutes after the game ends.
Sign language interpreters may be provided for ballpark tours when requested.
For any guest with a disability who purchases a ticket for a game and who will attend the game with the guest's government-funded personal care attendant, the personal care attendant will receive a complimentary ticket to the game and a folding chair will be provided for seating next to the guest. Any request for a complimentary ticket for a personal care attendant must be made at the time of purchase of the guest's ticket and should be made through the Phillies Ticket Office at 215-463-1000.
There are two sets of ramps in the ballpark:
First Base Ramp - Provides access to the Suite Level, Pavilion/Hall of Fame Club Level and Terrace Level.
Left Field Ramp - Adjacent to the Left Field Gate providing access to the Suite Level, Hall of Fame Club, Arcade seating and Terrace Level.
A total of 61 restrooms, all designed for wheelchair access, are conveniently located throughout the park: Diamond Club, Main Concourse, Suite Level, Hall of Fame Club Level and Terrace Level. In addition, there is a restroom in the Service Level specifically for wheelchair guests who are located in the Field Level area by the third base dugout.
Fourteen family restrooms equipped with changing tables are conveniently located throughout the ballpark. Again, all are wheelchair accessible:
Guide dogs, service animals, or service animals in training are welcome. All other animals are prohibited.
For more detailed information, visit the Citizens Bank Park Seating Map.
All pay phones are fully accessible. We also offer a pay phone TTY line for the hearing impaired. This phone is located inside the Left Field Gate.
Wheelchair and companion seating is located throughout Citizens Bank Park and is available in the following areas: Field Level, Hall of Fame Club/Pavilion/Arcade Level, Scoreboard Porch and Terrace Level. For more information on ordering tickets in accessible areas, please visit Phillies Game Tickets or call Ticket Services at 215-463-1000.
Twenty water stations each containing two fountains are dispersed throughout the ballpark. Each station has one standard and one wheelchair accessible fountain for a total of 40 fountains.
Courtesy wheelchairs may be obtained at Guest Services located on the Main Concourse (behind section 122) and the Terrace Level (behind section 318). A valid driver's license, credit card or other form of identification as well as seat location must be provided to use the chair. Wheelchairs can only be used to assist fans to or from seats and must be promptly returned for use by other fans.
Guests with questions or suggestions regarding access should contact The Phillies at 215-463-1000 or through our website. Questions will be directed to personnel most qualified to answer the question and/or assist them with their visit.