Built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, Turner Field today serves as the home of MLB's Atlanta Braves. You can join more than 55,000 people for a baseball game. The field contains over 500 televisions and has one of the world's largest high- definition video screens. In contrast, the stadium's exterior reflects the golden age of baseball. You can view the stadium's facilities, along with the Atlanta Braves Museum and store, on a guided tour. Tours can sell out, so be sure to book your tickets online in advance to guarantee a spot. Put Turner Field and other Atlanta attractions into our Atlanta trip planning website, and watch your holiday take shape.
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Take a tour it is worth it. The monument garment is a nice tribute to players and managers. Lots of food choices and cheap good food too. I really don’t think there is a bad seat at the park. Yes we..... more »
Now home to Georgia State. They saved the wall and made an outdoor museum where Hank Aaron hit the ball that broke Babe Ruth’s record. Love to see the effort to preserve history. Modern field... more »
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