Turner Field

is located in Atlanta GA and is the home of the Atlanta Braves. Originally built as Centennial Olympic Stadium, it served as the primary venue of the 1996 Summer Olympics. After the Olympics the stadium was converted into a baseball park to serve as the new home of the Braves. The ballpark was built across the street from the former home of the Braves, Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, which was demolished in the summer of 1997.

Turner Field. Atlanta GA

Immediately after the 1996 Summer Paralympics, which followed the Summer Olympic Games, much of the north end of the stadium was removed in order to convert it to its permanent use as a 49,000-seat baseball park. The seats removed were donated to Collins Hill High School located in Suwannee, GA for aid in the construction of their football stadium. Following a multimillion-dollar renovation to retrofit the stadium for baseball by removing the temporary stands that had made up nearly half the stadium and building the outfield stands and other attractions behind them. It was the site of the 2000 MLB All-Star Game.

After the 1996 Olympics were complete the stadium was officially leased by the Atlanta Braves. Private entities, including NBC and other Olympic sponsors, agreed to pay a large sum of the cost to build Centennial Olympic Stadium (approximately $170 million of the $209 million bill). The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) sought to build the stadium in a way that it could be converted to a new baseball stadium, and ACOG paid for the conversion. The Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority owns Turner Field and the Atlanta Braves have leased the field through 2016.

Location: 755 Hank Aaron Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30315 Opened: 1996 (1996 Summer Olympics), 1997 (baseball) Capacity: Baseball: 50,097 (with standing room at least 54,357) Field Surface: Natural Grass

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Turner Field General Venue Information


From Interstate 20 – Westbound:
Take Exit #58A (Capitol Avenue).

From Interstate 20 – Eastbound:
Take Exit #56B (Windsor Street/Turner Field). At first light, go right on Windsor Street. Turn left on Fulton Street.

From Interstate 75/85 – Northbound:
Take Exit #246 (Fulton Street/Turner Field).

From Interstate 75/85 – Southbound:
Take Exit #246 (Fulton Street/Turner Field).

(Route may be affected by police department traffic control plans)


There are a number of parking lots surrounding Turner Field for preferred, pre-paid and cash customers. It is recommended that guests arrive early and park in the first lot available to them. Guests should also check braves.com for parking updates in the Turner Field area. The Green Lot opens at 8 a.m. on game days and other lots open 3 hours before game time. All parking lots close four hours after conclusion of game. No overnight parking is allowed per Major League Baseball rules and policies.

– BUS, LIMOUSINE, & ALL OTHER OVERSIZED VEHICHLE parking is available in the Grey Lot (via Pryor Street) only.

– DIAMOND PREFERRED, a valet assist program, is available on a pre-paid limited first come, first served basis in the Green Lot. Interested guests may contact the Client Services Office at (404) 577-9100 for further information.

– HANDICAPPED PARKING is available in the Green Lot located off Hank Aaron Drive, across the street from Turner Field, and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Only vehicles with a valid, state issued disabled parking permit or license plate will be permitted to park in the disabled spaces.

– PREMIUM PARKING customers who drive a Lexus are allowed to gain entry to the Lexus parking lot located inside the Gold Lot using their designated parking pass or cash. There are no assigned parking spots within the lot.

– PRE-PAID PARKING customers should use their designated parking ticket to gain entry to a parking lot. There is limited cash parking within these lots.

– CREDIT CARD POLICY – Credit Cards are not accepted at any of the Turner Field Parking Lots.

The Turner Field parking lots are managed by Imperial Parking

Public Transportation
Travel North, South, East or West bound on the train to the Five Points Station. Board Braves Shuttles at Five Points.
Travel Eastbound from Five Points to the Georgia State Station. Walk on Capitol Avenue to stadium.

Shuttle service begins at the Five Points Station 90 minutes before each game and continues until the ballpark is empty.

For more info,call MARTA at 404-848-4711

Box Office Numbers

404-522-7630 Braves Switchboard
404-577-9100 Groups sales and seasontickets
800-745-3000 Ticketmaster sports line charge by phone

Box Office Hours

The Box Office is located in Monument Grove next to the North Gate located on Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard.

8:30am – 6:00pm – Mon-Fri (NON-GAME DAYS)
9:00am – 5:00pm – Sat (NON-GAME DAY)
1:00pm – 5:00pm – Sun (NON-GAME DAY)

8:30am – 7th inning of the game (GAME DAYS DURING WEEK)
9:00am – 7th inning of the game (GAME DAYS DURING WEEKEND)

Gates Open: 2 1/2 hours prior to game for Plaza Area only
2 hrs. prior to game for Seating Area

Types of Payment Accepted

Cash, MasterCard, VISA, American Express, Discover

Will Call

Located at Turner Field Box Office.
Opens 3 hrs. prior to game time. Picture I.D. is required.


The Atlanta Braves and Ticketmaster would like to let you know about a new, fast, and convenient way for you to pick up your Will Call tickets. There are now 6 automated Will Call Kiosks located in the Turner Field Plaza directly to the left of the box office windows. To use the kiosks, simply insert the credit card you used to purchase your tickets for that day’s game; your tickets will print automatically.

Accessible Seating

All accessible seating is subject to availability.

Wheelchair spaces are available in all seating levels/price levels of the stadium with companion seating adjacent to the space.

Courtesy rides from the parking lot to the gates and wheelchairs for use within the ballpark are offered, subject to availability. Guest relations representatives or courtesy officers will be at each gate to arrange for such assistance. Post-game courtesy rides should be arranged with ushers/security/guest relations representatives within the ballpark.

Escalators and elevators are available.

Accessible parking is located in the Green lot just north of the stadium.

Sight Impaired seating is available behind the screened areas of the ballpark-Please contact stadium box office.

General Rules

Each guest is permitted to bring one bag into the ballpark. Bags can be no larger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″ and will be subject to inspection upon entry in accordance with Major League Baseball security regulations. See Prohibited Items for more information.

To ensure the safety of our guests, the following items are prohibited from being brought into Turner Field: alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs; aluminum cans, glass bottles, bota bags or wineskins; bags exceeding 16″x16″x8″; ice chests or hard sided coolers; camera lenses exceeding 5 inches; camera tri, dual or single leg pods by non-media personnel; folding chairs or tables or devices used as such; sticks, clubs (including signs attached to sticks) or full size brooms; fireworks, firearms or other weapons; bullhorns, noise makers or confetti; framed or oversized backpacks; and balloons, beachballs and other inflatable items.

Food, drinks (non-glass, non-aluminum) and soft-sided coolers (with the plastic liner removed) ARE permitted.

Children Rules

Children 3 and older must have a ticket.
Children under 3 are free on lap.

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