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Turner Field, Atlanta
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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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  • Atlanta is the home of the Brave. Indian axe has the appearance of a brave pride of place. If you go to the regular season at first base, close to the match, the home team from the side seats directly from where you can watch an exciting band and dance team cheer Bush..
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  • Turner field has always been fun to visit! It's a shame they're moving the Braves, but I hope they keep this venue actively useful for many years! 
  • Turner Field, named for Ted Turner was initially the 'arena' for the 1996 Olympics, then converted to the Atlanta Braves home field. The Braves have played their last game at Turner Field and will be ...  more »
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  • This my first experience at a ball game EVER! I did get to experience it in a suite above the stadium - however it was wonderful! They have a nice Delta sky bar and the suite was amazing. I wish they didn't have to waste the food that doesn't get eaten but that is beyond my or their control. The field itself and the stadium are a site to behold, statues and nostalgia. It was a great feeling and I am glad I got to experience a Braves game before they are no longer there. It's a great little bonus you get to drive through the Olympic rings and torch on your way out of the stadium. Very cool. Be prepared to walk a mile from your parking space - but if you have ever been to a large venue like that you can expect that type of thing. But they were very organized in parking people. Too bad this stadium is longer what it used to be.
  • Time I've spent there .the games i have seen , vs some of my favorite teams . the playoff games i got to go to and all the openers i saw .I'll miss this stadium more than i thought i would. I saw a few really great concerts here as well. Rolling Stones to name one!
  • This was a great place to watch baseball when I was younger. The Braves did an exceptional job transforming this place from an Olympic stadium (Centennial Olympic Stadium) to awesome baseball experience (Turner Field). To me, this is pretty much what a ballpark is supposed to look and be like. I'll miss this place dearly, no matter what kind of facility replaced "The Ted."
  • Excellent stadium. Huge concourses and access to any seat from any gate. I loved the games I've seen here. Being not from Atlanta I wonder why they already building a new stadium but I guess in MLB it's good to have new stadium.
  • Turner field is great. It's a shame them are getting rid of it. A few things are odd about it though. For example, the sections are really large, so you may have more people than normal walking in front of you.