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Turner Field, Atlanta, Georgia

755 Hank Aaron Dr SW, Atlanta, Georgia

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  • Visited: 2012-09-01
  • Submitted: 2013-08-09 16:51:22.0
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Lots for Kids to do In addition to Baseball

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You can visit the Museum even when there isn't a game going on.

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  • Visited: 2013-07-01
  • Submitted: 2013-07-24 19:44:58.0
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Awesome Date with My husband!!

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I think all families would love going to ball games. Myself being a women who don't know much about baseball I still love it. Just the family time is wonderful.

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Submitted by: Tanda M.

I absolutely hate Baseball...well that all changed when I went to Turner Field for a Braves vs. Marlins game this week! AMAZING! Seriously...the best baseball game experience for a NY Yankee lover! Wow! Super impressed at the entire stadium! Clean! Affordable! The best part...you c...

Submitted by: S W.

This is a decent stadium populated, unfortunately, by rednecks. Easy and convenien...

Submitted by: Angela M.

Turner Field, home of the Braves.  I've had plenty of good times here at Braves games, Georgia Tech games, and even my sorority's formal one year. I don't think there's a bad seat in the house.  There are many different experiences based on what you're looking for: 755 club for "VIP" and drinks, Chophouse for bar atmosphere, nosebleed seats for the cheap, and prime seats with unlimited food and drinks near the wives.  Yes, I do have a college friend who works in the marketing department, but I really do think the Braves organization does a good job of catering to all types.   I also like the post-game concerts that they've recently added.  I got to see the Avett Brothers for a $10 ticket that included the ga...

Submitted by: Lucy W.

Visiting Turner Field to see the Braves play is a good solid baseball experience.  I am an average baseball fan when it comes to teams in the National League, but I've still enjoyed the few times I've been here to catch a game.  I've also taken a tour of the stadium, which I usually do at all stadiums...the guides are knowledgable about the stadium, the team and its history.  You get to access areas that are usually off-limits (dugout, locker room, media areas, etc.).   Turner Field is a pretty big stadium (50000+) so there are always plenty of tickets available- look for ticket deals...I've seen lots of BOGO and family pack discounts so it's affordable to take in a game here.  For comparison, the cost of a ...

Submitted by: BPF x.

I was excited to finally get to visit the iconic Turner Field in late March 2011 for the last few Spring Training games.  The staff there seem really nice and really focused on making sure you have an enjoyable time.  Compared to other stadiums and locations with bag checks, they are very, very throughout (including the inside of my wallet). We bought parking tickets ahead online with our tickets so naturally we didn't have them when we actually went to park.  Since someone with me has mobility difficulties, they allowed us to temporarily park in one area and pargoed us to the ticket area... but then they didn't bring him back to actually park. They had quite a few things going on -- batting cage activities ...

Submitted by: Jeremy M.

One of the first of the "new" ballparks. Turner field, entering its 14th season, is no longer a rookie. But it's still a great park. Relatively affordable as MLB goes, the tickets and food prices are still below average for the leag...

Submitted by: Maura C.

Let's be honest: I spend a lot of time at Turner Field. It's like my fourth home, after my real home, work and Piedmont Park. First, let's talk about some cons. The location sucks and there's nothing around it. For reasons I can't fathom, MARTA rail service doesn't go here, and you have to take a shuttle from Five Points Station. The food costs about the same as any other professional sports venue, but it's by Aramark so it's not that great. Beer selection at most vendor locations is sad. On the plus side, Turner Field is clean, clean, clean, and all of the staff here are over the top friendly. The huge TV screen in the outfield has spoiled me for any other ballpark I've been to. The classic brick still look...

Submitted by: Katie C.

After all the baseball stadiums I've been to, I can honestly say that Turner Field doesn't have a bad seat in the house.  You can get dollar "skyline" tickets on the day of the game and sometimes they have standing room only tickets which- if you come early enough- can get you a great up front spot at the Chop House, a full service bar near center field. If you are going with kids, get there early because there's lots of things for them to do/see.  If you want to sit in the shade- or get as much of the shade as you can- pick mid-level tickets under the upper-level seats, these seats keep you out of the rain as well. If you're in the upper deck and want shade- stay between home and third base- they get the sh...

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