NL East

Truist Park

Atlanta Braves



Ranked #11



Ranked #11



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The Battery is a MUST

Fans say they biggest improvement from Turner Field is the location, and specifically the Battery. Try to get there early to experience all the Battery has to offer. There are restaurants, unique shops (such as Baseballism and the Tomahawk Harley-Davidson), live music and more. The Battery is open to everyone, so even if you can’t get a ticket, you can be part of the Braves fun.

"Make sure you make a day of it and go hang out in The Battery (restaurants, shops, music) before the gates open!"

Make time for legends

Once you get to the stadium, be sure to check out the Monument Garden behind home plate. This ode to Braves history has all the greats - Chipper, Dale, Bobby, Smotlzy, Glavin, Andruw, and there’s even a Hank Aaron waterfall!

"Walk through the tribute walkthrough they have behind the home plate area on the way to the first base side. You’ll see memorabilia from all our greats."

Chop House, Chick-fil-A and Chopsecutioner

When you get hungry, you can’t go wrong with a visit to Chop House, a chicken sandwich from Chick-fil-A, or grabbing a burger from Holeman & Finch. Be sure to top it off with a Terrapin Chopsecutioner when you get thirsty! If you’re looking to save money, bring your own food - Truist Park allows a gallon size bag of food per person.

"There are very many good places to eat [at Truist Park], but you can save money by taking your own food in if you like."

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