The Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, the Triple A affiliate of Philadelphia, play at Coca-Cola Park, which was built in 2008 and seats 8,100. It seems to be a small park for AAA, but has the occupancy of 10,000, which is the minimum for AAA. There is second level seating with the suites behind that seating. Attendance for the game was 7,824. There is seating at field level directly behind home plate. There is berm seating in left center field. The Iron Pigs were playing the Norfolk Tide and lost 8-6. The box score was Tide R-8, H-16, E-1 and Iron Pigs R-6, H-10, E-1. The field lines are RF-325', CF-400', LF-325'. The 1st 5 Iron Pig batters were LH followed by 3 RH and another LH. The Tides starter lasted on 1 2/3 innings. The mascots are Ferrous and FeFe. Ferrous wears the number 26, which is the atomic number for iron. FeFe is named after the abbreviation for iron, Fe. When the Pigs score a fun they launch a fireworks rocket out of the top of the coke bottle on the scoreboard. They have a race between baseball park foods. The bullpens are in LF behind 2 rows of seating with the opponents in front of the Pigs. You can walk around the ballpark. They show Ks on RC board and when a strikeout occurs the coffee cup steams. They sell 50/50 tickets using a hand held device that prints out tickets, so if you are not present to win you can check on-line to see. The current total of tickets sold is shown on the scoreboard. The device uploads to the scoreboard so the total is current. Playing for the Tide was Mike Yastrzemski, grandson of Carl Yastrzemski.
Attractions
Historic Trout Hall, 414 W. Walnut St. at Fourth St., is a Georgian-style colonial stone mansion built as a summer retreat in 1770 for James Allen, son of community founder William Allen. The Allens, a Loyalist family, sought refuge here during the Revolution. Fee.

Liberty Bell Museum,
in Zion's Reformed Church at 622 W. Hamilton St., is the site where the Liberty Bell was hidden during the American Revolution. Fee.