Plan Your Trip to Turner Field

Turner Field

Capacity: 50,097     Opened: 1997


Have your arm ready to go for the Tomahawk Chop when you head to Turner Field. This is ATL after all- don’t disrespect it.


What makes this stadium unique?

Turner Field treats fans to more than just a baseball game- it’s a full-on baseball experience. Tailgating, a rarity in MLB, is permitted before the games in official Turner Field parking lots. The Grand Entry Plaza is alive with live entertainment and Scouts Alley, where fans can test their baseball skills. A photograph of Hank Aaron’s 715th home run ball overlooks the Plaza from the Plaza-side scoreboard, perfect for photo ops. The stadium is overflowing with Braves’ history- visit the Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum and Hall of Fame ($2 entry), the Braves’ Walk of Fame, and Monument Grove. During the game fans tomahawk chop along with the 27-foot long neon tomahawk and the Chick-fil-A chopping cow. Looking for the ultimate fan treat? Try the Braves VIP Batting Practice Experience and watch batting practice on the field.


Dining and Nightlife

  1. Bullpen Rib House

    Bullpen Rib House

    735 Pollard Blvd SW
    Atlanta, GA


    Conveniently located across the street from Turner Field, Bullpen is the perfect place to get southern comfort food and brews before and after the game. Not a drinker? Not a problem. Try the famous sweet tea.
  2. Boners BBQ

    Boners BBQ

    634 Fraser Street Southeast
    Atlanta, GA


    Looking for a quick bone, or a full rack? Boners is the perfect place to find some mouthwatering BBQ. Self-proclaimed for correlating food and sex, Boners gets a PG-13 rating on our Atlanta list.
  3. Six Feet Under Pub & Fishhouse

    Six Feet Under Pub & Fishhouse

    437 Memorial Dr SE
    Atlanta, GA


    Looking to get your London on? Grab some fish and chips at Six Feet Under. Fried to perfection, the seafood here is the talk of the town.
  4. Noni’s


    357 Edgewood Avenue Southeast
    Atlanta, GA


    Noni’s is full of history and amazing Italian comfort food. Be prepared for some fine meats and cheeses along with great service. Noni’s is known for making customers impressed.
  5. Edgewood Corner Tavern

    Edgewood Corner Tavern

    464 Edgewood Avenue Southeast
    Atlanta, GA


    Down the street from Noni’s, Edgewood corner tavern is the place for any beer enthusiast. All 16 specialty beers will unwind any baseball fan. Be sure to designate a driver before the trip. Some of the beers are a little higher ABV than usual.



There are plenty of lots surrounding Turner Field for parking for $12 and on high volume games, there are additional lots open for $8. Public transportation through the MARTA or buses is available for $4.50 round trip.


Weekend for Two
Quality Hotel Downtown (2 Nights) $178
Tickets (2 Upper Pavilion Tickets) $10
Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (Six Feet Under: Shrimp & Scallops Platter, Catfish Tacos, Maker’s Mark Pecan Pie, 2 Drinks)
Saturday Lunch (Bullpen Rib House: 2 Kicken’ Combos)
Saturday Dinner (Noni’s: Noni, The Grandfather, 2 Drinks)
Pre-game at Edgewood Corner Tavern (4 Drinks)
MARTA passes (2) $9
Total $348

*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.


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