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“Atlanta Braves!”
Review of Turner Field - CLOSED

Turner Field
Certificate of Excellence
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Fee: Yes
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: This Major League ballpark is home to the Atlanta Braves. Before catching a game, fans can check out the Braves Museum and Hall of Fame, featuring Hank Aaron's record-breaking, 715th home run ball.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Activities for young children
Reviewed July 9, 2013

Pricey as all major league baseball games are. But we had outfield seats which were actually quite good. Bathrooms were NOT terrific and concessions not as varied as we would have liked. They do have Chick Fil A, haven't been to tons of ball parks, but thought that was a welcome change from the usual fare. We were able to pay a little more and park closer. Traffic coming out of the park is a disaster. BEWARE!

Thank Caroline H
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Reviewed July 9, 2013

We had great seats for the Braves-Marlins game in front of the Braves dugout. we didn't even have to leave our seats for concessions. They came to us. Too bad the rain drenched us but we still had a good time.

Thank spicky
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

On our recent visit to Atlanta, we were given tickets to see the Atlanta Braves play. Traffic headed to the field was horrific, and I would leave an hour earlier than you think.
Once on the property, parking was easy and plentiful (AAA is available for lockouts, flat tires, and other auto emergencies - just let an attendant know it's needed).
The walk through the parking lot included going past well-mannered and friendly tailgaters. Entry to the field went smoothly, and then we were faced with the decision of what to eat. As in any other stadium, the food choices were somewhat limited and overpriced ($7.50 for fries and 3 chicken tenders, $4 for a bottle of water).
The fans were polite and courteous. There were plenty of ushers available to help find seats. The seats were comfortable, although for summer night games, if you're on the first-base side, bring your sunglasses.
Scoreboard entertainment kept fans occupied during innings, and camera operators were throughout the stadium to get the fans involved.
During the 7 innings that we were at the game, there was only one unruly fan, but he was dealt with by security who was able to get the man to settle down.
After the game, security and police help move traffic out of the parking lot quickly and efficiently.
A good time was had by all, even by this Phillies fan.

Thank Jeanne C
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

Showed up early for Batting Practice but the field was too wet. So we headed down Scouts Alley to let the boys hit balls in the batting cage and throw fastballs with the radar gun. Then headed over for a new ball cap in the New Era store. Walked the boys around the field level and they couldn't believe all the food options. As game time appeared, we went up to the Club Level and sat in the 300 section just past first base on the front row. A great view and no one in front of us. Braves lost (only negative of the day) but fireworks afterwards were great! Leaving from the Green Parking Lot took more than an hour. Next time, we'll just take gear to camp out and wait. Will be back again soon!

Thank drrocket69
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

We saw a Braves game and the kids loved it. Plenty for them to do besides watch the game. Kids area was nice.

Thank trishbella
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