Wells Fargo Center
Wells Fargo Center3601 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Opened in 1996 as the CoreStates Center (its name changed to First Union Center in 1998, to the Wachovia Center in 2003 and to the Wells Fargo Center in 2010), the $206 million Wells Fargo Center replaced the adjacent Spectrum as the home of the 76ers and the NHL's Flyers. Fans can check out the Sixers I-Wall, which provides an interactive look at the history of the franchise. Tours are available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Commemorative bricks in the walkway outside Wells Fargo Center are available for sale. The arena has hosted the 2000 Republican National Convention, 2002 NBA All-Star Game and 2000 NCAA Women's Final Four. The arena was also the host of the second and third rounds of the NCAA basketball tournament in March 2013, while the NCAA Frozen Four hockey championships were set to be staged here in 2014.
3601 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
From New Jersey via the Walt Whitman Bridge: Follow the signs for Broad Street. At the end of the Broad Street ramp, turn left and follow the signs to the Sports Complex. The arena will be on your left.
From Interstate 76/Schuylkill Expressway: Traveling east, follow the signs for South Jersey, Walt Whitman Bridge and Sports Complex. Continue east to exit 45 - Broad Street/Sports Complex. At the bottom of the exit ramp, make a right onto Broad Street. The arena will be on your left.
From Interstate 476/Blue Route: I-476 South to the end. Follow signs for I-95 North, Philadelphia. Take I-95 North to Broad Street exit. The arena will be on your right.
From Interstate 95: I-95 Northbound or Southbound, take the Broad Street exit. The arena will be on your right.
There are eight parking lots that are brightly lit and patrolled by security personnel throughout the extent of the events. Reserved parking is available for numerous events and can be arranged when purchasing tickets through Ticketmaster.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority offers subway and bus service. Take the Broad Street (Orange) line south to the Pattison Avenue stop (last stop). When you exit the subway, the Wells Fargo Center will be to your right. For schedules and more information, visit the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority website.