About the Wells Fargo Center
Wells Fargo Center is located 3601 South Broad Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148.
The multi-purpose indoor arena has a seating capacity of 20,328 for basketball games, 19,537 for hockey games, 17,597 for arena football games.
Wells Fargo Center first broke ground in September of 1994 and initially opened in August of 1996 at a construction cost of $210 million.
Wells Fargo Center is the home arena of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers, the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers, and the Philadelphia Soul of the arena football league.
From Delaware, Maryland, Delaware County, Chester and I-476 (Blue Route)
Take I-95 North to the Broad Street/Sports Complex Exit. The Wells Fargo Center will be on your right.
From Harrisburg, Lebanon, Reading, Pottstown
Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike east to 76 East (Exit 6). Take 76 East towards the sports complex. Take the Broad Street exit. Turn right onto Broad Street, heading southbound. After you cross Pattison Avenue, the Wells Fargo Center will be on your left.
From Northeast Philadelphia, Levittown and North
Take I-95 South to the Broad Street exit. The Wells Fargo Center will be on your right.
From South Jersey
Take the Walt Whitman Bridge to the Broad Street exit. Turn left onto Broad Street, heading southbound. After you cross Pattison Avenue, the Wells Fargo Center will be on your left.
There are 8 parking lots around Wells Fargo Center.
Reserved parking is available to guests and can also park in the C-lot while purchasing tickets.
Parking at these lots is $15 per event.
Gate Locations and Openings
Wells Fargo Center has 3 entrances into the arena located on the North, South and West sides of the indoor sports arena. Doors open two hours prior to the start of an event.
Larger bags, backpacks, coolers are not permitted inside the arena, but normal size bags may enter if checked by Wells Fargo Center security personnel.