#84 – Tour Turner Field – Visit Atlanta Braves Museum and Hall of Fame!

Summer is baseball and baseball is serious business in Atlanta. You don’t need me to tell you to go to a Braves game – chances are, you’ve been to one, or at least heard the numerous commercials on the radio about upcoming games and ticket schedules or the Braves’ Airtran commercials. Your REALTOR® or mortgage lender may have even sent you a Braves baseball magnetic schedule for your refrigerator (want one? leave a comment and we’ll contact you!).

But one of the ultimate Braves baseball experiences doesn’t happen at a baseball game. It happens when you take a tour of Turner Field. Guided tours of Turner Field are offered year-round and feature stops at many of the following: Braves Museum & Hall of Fame, Coca-Cola Sky Field, Scouts Alley, Broadcast Booth, Luxury Suite, Press Box, Clubhouse, The Plaza, Dugout, Museum Store. It’s a way for you to experience the Atlanta Braves and Turner Field in a behind-the-scenes way to give you an up-close and personal look at Braves history and the current team. You don’t need reservations or to purchase your tickets ahead of time – you can walk right up to the ticket window to purchase! And parking is FREE in the Green Lot!

Tours begin at the top of every hour – Monday through Saturday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Tickets are only $12.00 for adults and $7.00 for children ages 3-13. (See website for other pricing options.)

To celebrate Bobby Cox’s final season as the Braves’ manager, the NEW Bobby Cox Days feature tours for just $6.00! Based on Bobby Cox anniversary days and special occasions in his career, the remaining Bobby Cox Days are:

May 21 – Bobby Cox’s Birthday
June 16 – Bobby became the winningest manager in Braves history with 1,005 wins on June 16, 1998
July 11 – Bobby managed the All-Star Game at Turner Field on July 11, 2000
August 28 – Bobby earned his 1,500th career win on August 28, 1999
September 29 – Bobby earned his 2,000th career win on September 29, 2004

WHERE: Tour Turner Field – Atlanta, GA

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