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Turner Field, Atlanta

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.5/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web
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. By using our Atlanta travel itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Turner Field and other attractions in Atlanta.
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  • We went to Turner Field for golf! They had a three day event by Stadium Links. The staff working the event were very friendly and helpful which added to the fun. We had a great time. 
  • This stadium is in a very shady area of town. Now that the Braves will be playing in a new stadium people will not have to worry about this crime ridden area. 
  • They dropped the number 7 at our last game to Turner Field where the Braves played the Nationals and won the game after 2 rain delays! It was a bitter sweet end to a fabulous stadium. Great memories, ...  read more »
  • Food is great but don't come to hurry up and's not fast food. Service is great but speed is not their strong point. Miranda, our server is top notch and was very aware of our needs! Give her a raise! Thanks for having us! GO BRAVES!
  • It's baseball. Win or lose it's gonna be a great night. The Braves hall of fame is not to be missed. Better hurry. Just a few weeks left to enjoy this place.
  • We took the tour and it was great! Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about anything to do with Baseball and especially Turner Field. The tour lasted an hour and included the sky zone a the top of the stadium, a suite, the press box, the locker room, and the dugout. Also included is the incredible museum dedicated to the braves.
  • The employee at the ticket window was excellent!! Easy to get around the stadium and lots of food choices. We were happy a couple friends had tipped us off to get seats in the shade. Section 218 was perfect and that's exactly where the ticket window employee seated us. Yicketty yogurt was a disappointment. Said that you paid by the ounce so I took my very small amount and at the check out they said everyone pays $8. They don't weigh any more. Change your sign!!
  • Im going to miss this place. Not a bad seat in the house. The food is of course high but its like that at any sporting event. Ive only been to a few professional statiums but this one seemed to be the best.
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