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“Great ballpark”
Review of Turner Field - CLOSED

Turner Field
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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 young children, Activities for older children
Reviewed August 26, 2013

If possible, get tickets to sit on club level. The view is great and the food venders are a lot better quality. The bathrooms are a bit nicer and you won't have the crowds and lines like in other sections.

Thank VacaPrincess-00
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Reviewed August 25, 2013

Amazing atmosphere, stunning stadium and great pizza and beer available until the last innings. An amazing night out watching the Braves and soaking up the flavour of USA

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Reviewed August 24, 2013

The fans of the Braves have been well trained with the techno effects and the video promotions prepared by the communications specialists on staff. I am not a baseball enthusiast, nor do I have a favorite team. But I was swept up with the mob who was repeated encouraged to "chop this house" in support of the Braves team. The game was good, as the outcome of the game was not clear until the bottom of the 10th inning. The skills of the two teams meeting on the field were equally matched, but the members of the Braves team succeeded in hitting four HR's. The crowd noise and the computer technology that enables the flashing celebration created an exciting atmosphere. The stadium is easy to find, the seats provide good visual perspective from most locations, and the amenities are well appointed. The food is outrageously priced, but that seems to be true for all public venues these days. A bottle of water that costs $1.00 in your office vending machine costs $4.25 for the thirsty sports fan. Beer is a steep $7.25. Ice cream cone with just a little ice cream is $6.50. Dipping dots in a Braves plastic helmet cup is $8.00. Pizza slice plus a large carbonated bev will drain you $14.00. SO eat well before you enter the ballpark. NOTE: We also discovered that tickets were available from individuals on the street for much less than we paid internet vendors in advance. So next time, we will risk finding a better deal in Atlanta on game day.

Thank Lydia P
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Reviewed August 23, 2013

I am not a baseball fan, but husbands company had an outing here so I tagged along to experience it. It was so fun, people were super nice and attentive and very clean.

Thank kizkaizminska
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

We like to visit baseball parks in the cities we travel to. Turner Field is a great field to watch a game. Great atmosphere, not too expensive, and the team is good. I would definitely recommend checking out a game, even if you are not a huge baseball fan.

Thank Measuretwice8
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