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Turner Field
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755 Hank Aaron Dr SE Atlanta, GA 30315
755 Hank Aaron Drive SoutheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30315
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Contemporary yet retro stadium home of baseball's Atlanta Braves, with tours, a museum & eateries.- Google
"I'm not a big baseball fan however this place has a bit of magic attached to it."
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"The park comes to life as game time approaches."
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Shana Lee
6 months ago
So this past weekend I went to Turner Field for the first time. It wasn't for a game though. A festival was taking place there that I was attending. It very nice. Plenty of good seats if you are seeing a game. Lots of bathrooms. And it was super clean. I will be back!
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Lawren Gabrielle M
7 months ago
Take me out to the ballgame for sports action, live entertainment and Holeman & Finch burgers! Before last week I had not been to Turner Filed in a decade. After living in Miami and witnessing the development of the Marlins Stadium become an attraction destination I see Turner Filed moving in the same direction. For the $25 price of our ballgame ticket we hung out in the Chop House enjoying margaritas and cold beers. We had access onto the field (after the game) to watch a live performance from one of my nostalgic teenage music loves, Weezer. I'm keeping an eye on the Braves calendar for more fun nights. P.S. Parking is a breeze if you exit the interstate and veer into the second right lane. There are two lanes to turn right into the stadium and about 90% of the traffic is unaware, staying in one lane, creating a very long wait to turn in.
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Eric Hammond
6 months ago
I'm not a big baseball fan however this place has a bit of magic attached to it. Starting with the parking lot where you can see the remains of old Fulton County Stadium. There all kinds of stuff to do inside from the awesome 755 Club to getting you throwing speed clicked. Go you will have a great time.
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Ali Degan
4 months ago
Home of the Braves! This stadium was built for the olympics in 1996 and is located in the summer hill neighborhood of Atlanta.
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Kay Robinson
9 months ago
I will not pretend to like Baseball, but I always enjoy going to Turner Field. If you are a Braves enthusiast or not everyone enjoys the Friday Fireworks games. If Baseball is not your thing, you can run around the stadium and enjoy all the attractions and food. It will be interesting to see what will happen to Turner Field, and what the new stadium will look like when we transition to Cobb County. Until that day comes go and enjoy this amazing stadium full of history and take pride in being the Atlanta Braves! Tip: Check out some daily deal sites to get great deals on Friday Fireworks games, you can get tickets for half off!
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Kevin W.
a month ago
Can't wait to go back. The fun begins outside before you enter the game.
Amirah Champion
3 months ago
I love turner field.when i in second grade we took a field trip. lol super fancy
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Kristen Szewczyk Edwards
8 months ago
Sad it won't be there forever...a real part of atlanta history. Make sure to get a H&F Burger!