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Guided tours of Turner Field are offered year-round and begin in the Braves Museum & Hall of Fame. Individual walk-up tickets can be purchased the day of your tour at the Braves ticket window or in advance below. Tours are subject to sellout and free parking is available in the Green Lot.

Groups of 20 or more and school groups must make reservations two weeks in advance by calling (404) 614-2311 or emailing

Buy Tour Tickets in Advance


  • Braves Museum & Hall of Fame
  • Coca-Cola Sky Field
  • Scouts Alley
  • Broadcast Booth
  • Luxury Suite
  • Press Box
  • Clubhouse (unavailable when the team is in town)
  • Dugout
  • Museum Store

*Tour route and schedule are subject to availability. Field and dugout access is not available during afternoon tours on gamedays.


OCTOBER 2015 — MARCH 2016
Monday - Saturday
9:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m. Adult: $17
Junior (10-13): $13
Child (3-9): $9
Monday - Saturday
(No tours on days with afternoon home games)
9 a.m., 10:30am, 12 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m. Adult: $17
Junior (10-13): $13
Child (3-9): $9
(No tours on days with Sunday home games)
1 p.m., 2:30 p.m.
May 28, June 11 and July 2 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Closed: April 5 (Easter Sunday), September 17, November 26 (Thanksgiving Day), December 23-January 3, January 18 (MLK Day)

No reservations are necessary for individuals or groups of less than 20 people. Tickets can be purchased the day of your tour at the main ticket window. Free parking is available during the offseason in the Turner Field Green Lot, on the corner of Hank Aaron Drive and Ralph David Abernathy Avenue.

Our last day of Turner Field Tours will be on Saturday, October 1. The Braves Museum & Hall of Fame will be open for the game on Sunday, October 2, but no tours will be offered that day.


The Braves Museum and Hall of Fame offers specialized tours tailored to elementary and junior/senior high school students.

Regular/History tour: The original tour of Turner Field provides information of the history of the stadium, team, and the different areas on the tour route, including Coca-Cola Sky Field, the press box, broadcast booth, dugout, clubhouse, Scout's Alley; and the Braves Museum Store.

Mathematics tour: The Mathematics tour details how baseball is a game of numbers. This tour gives students an introduction to some of the statistics in baseball and how they are calculated and used during a game.

Careers in Sports tour: The Careers in Sports tour is targeted towards high school students and provides a general overview and perspective of different career opportunities available in the sports industry, specifically Major League Baseball.

Turner Field tours can be scheduled by calling 404-614-2311 or emailing The cost is $7 for students and $10 for adults. Complimentary admission is granted for one adult per every ten students.