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755 Hank Aaron Dr SE Atlanta, GA 30315
755 Hank Aaron Drive SoutheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30315
(404) 522-7630mlb.mlb.com
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Contemporary yet retro stadium home of baseball's Atlanta Braves, with tours, a museum & eateries.- Google
"Can't wait to visit the new Braves baseball park next year!"
"Why move when this stadium is still, from what I can see is a new Stadium."
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leonard hicks
in the last week
Braves vs yankees...great experience..I got to experience 3 things in one night...trip to turner field...catch a braves game...an see my 2 favorite teams play...what an experience!!!!... P.s....I want to take the time to send my condolences an prayer the family of the guy tht fell from rail...I was at the game when it happen...but didn't see it...god bless his family..
Tony Hanson
4 weeks ago
Took our 7 & 9 year old boys to their first live ball game, and they really loved it! My girlfriend was so impressed, she wants to go again this year. This time, we will go without the boys. Sort of like a date at the ballpark.
Steve Kaylor
in the last week
Absolutely atrocious handicap parking. Had to wait an hour to leave the stadium due to waiting for a golf cart that only carries 2 people at a time. Seriously?! They can easily do a better job than that.
Randy l
a month ago
This was my family and I first MLB game. We enjoyed it! Can't wait to visit the new Braves baseball park next year!
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Ben Allen
3 weeks ago
Always have a great time here. Sat in almost every area and haven't had a bad view. Alumni weekend is spectacular and the addition of Holeman & Finch a couple years back didn't hurt. Going to miss The Ted once SunTrust Park opens in 2017.
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Ruthie Rothmann
2 months ago
I was in Atlanta on business one Sunday last month, my friend and I wanted to see the Braves, but can't quite believe how rude the ticket seller was. We got to the window after the game had already started, and there was NOBODY at the box office, so we walked right up. She was in her late 50s or so, and we waited a moment while she told her co-worker that she is "from the neighborhood around the stadium". She then noticed us, and acknowledged us non-verbally, giving us a look like "what you want?" I asked her what tickets prices started at, and she replied rather incredulously, "It's listed on the sign right above you!" in a tone that screamed "you stupid or something, girl?" We looked at each other, my friend just said damn, wow......We ended up getting in for free when this really nice security guard saw us trying to use one of the several dozen broken automated ticket machines (seems like 2/3rds of them didn't work), and gave us a couple freebies... Bottom line: I will remember her attitude FOREVER and associate the Braves that way, since she was my FIRST impression.
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David Carr
2 months ago
Great ballpark with tons of tradition. Went to a game on a week night and was able to sit front row on the third base side. People around me were very friendly as well. One downside to the stadium is the location. The stadium itself is in a terrible location and I would not recommend walking around too far outside the stadium.
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Stephanie Walker
4 months ago
What better place for a first professional ballgame than Turner Field?! Amazing little bars and restaurants you can go to while watching the game. Super friendly people working too, classic good time.