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All ages can catch the thrill of Atlanta Braves baseball at Truist Park

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Katrina Merto

Get ready for the ultimate day of fun, food, and baseball at Truist Park, the perfect destination for all ages! Home to the Atlanta Braves, this incredible ballpark is packed with exciting activities that will keep you and your family entertained from start to finish.

From pregame experiences to postgame celebrations, there’s something for everyone at the ballpark. Check out our guide below to discover everything Truist Park offers!

Don’t miss the Heavy Hitters and ATL Breakers at The Battery Atlanta Plaza before game time, whose electrifying performances will get you and your family pumped up for the Braves! After the performances, be sure to head inside the gate. There are more than 20 FREE promos on select days, many of which are kids-specific on Sundays, when the gates open, on a first-come, first-served basis.

And following every home game on Sundays, children between the ages of 4 to 14 are welcome to join in on the opportunity to run around the bases on the field just like professional baseball players. No prior reservations are required. The line for Kids Run the Bases starts at the 3rd base ramp (section 135) at the bottom of the 8th inning.

For the foodies

Truist Park and The Battery Atlanta offer many delicious food options, from classic ballpark favorites to local Atlanta cuisine. Try the fan-favorite Antico Pizza or newer options like EATaliano and Mac McGee’s. If you’re feeling adventurous, head to the Taste of Braves Country section, where you can try dishes inspired by different regions of the South.

And if you’ve got a hungry family to feed, don’t miss out on the Submarine Sandwich at The Carvery near Section 112. This tasty sandwich features house-smoked turkey breast topped with cheddar cheese, applewood bacon, fried green tomato, crisp lettuce, and avocado crema. It can be built for one or as a 3-foot-long submarine for up to eight people!

Get ready to sink your teeth into the all-new “Cleanup Burger.” This behemoth burger is stacked with not one, not two, but FOUR grilled beef patties, topped with crispy hash browns, smoky hickory bacon, gooey cheese, and a perfectly cooked sunny egg. And if that’s not enough, it’s all sandwiched between two fluffy buttermilk Belgian waffles and drizzled with sweet maple syrup. This burger is so big, it’s perfect for sharing with your crew of up to four people. Head over to 1871 Grille, located near Section 113, to try this epic new menu item!

But wait, there’s more! Even vegans can get in on the fun at Truist Park. Pinky Cole’s Slutty Vegan is now serving up delicious plant-based food at the park. Located in Section 130 by the third base gate, this freestanding kiosk features a pared-down menu of meat-free bratwursts, fries, and vegan chicken strips with dipping sauces like ranch, blackberry mayo, agave mustard and barbecue.

For the adults

Looking for a spot to kick back and unwind before or after the game? Truist Park and The Battery Atlanta have got you covered! The Battery is the ultimate pregame party destination, with lively pop-up bars that guarantee a good time. And the best part? You can take your drink with you as you explore the area and soak up the electric atmosphere. Don’t miss out on the chance to enjoy a pregame beverage while immersing yourself in the festivities!

For a taste of local flavor, head over to Terrapin Taproom located in The Battery. There, you can savor a wide selection of local craft beers and rotating Southern-inspired dishes while catching the game on one of their many screens.

And if live music and a fantastic drink selection are more your style, check out the new Blue Moon Beer Garden. This hip spot is the perfect place to unwind before the game and get into the spirit of things!

Inside the park, there are plenty of options to quench your thirst and satisfy your hunger, including frosé, a must-have on warm summer nights. For a unique experience, check out the Xfinity Rooftop, located above the beloved Chop House in the right field. This spot offers a panoramic view of the field and a full-service bar, making it the perfect place to catch a Braves game with friends.

And if you’re not ready for the party to end after the game, head to the plaza for another performance by the ATL Breakers and DJ. It’s a great way to keep the energy going and celebrate the Braves’ victory.

For the baseball enthusiasts

Truist Park offers a variety of tours that will take you behind the scenes and show you what it takes to make game days happen. Stops along the way include the Braves’ dugout, Coors Light Below the Chop, the press box, and more.

For the history buffs out there, check out the Monument Garden. Free to explore, you can see the World Series Trophy, the Braves of the World Exhibit, and the Native American Exhibit. It’s a great way to learn more about the history of the Braves and their impact on the world of baseball.

And don’t forget to check out the dazzling 1995 and 2021 World Series Trophies, as well as historic jerseys and a larger-than-life statue of baseball icon Hank Aaron. It’s an experience you won’t want to miss!

For seats with a bonus

Truist Park has plenty of affordable options that offer great views of the game AND some awesome perks.

For an amazing view of the field, consider the “Terrace Corner” sections 210-212. These seats offer one of the best views in the park, and if you’re lucky enough to be there on a Friday night, you can stay put for the post-game fireworks show. Alternatively, sections 242-243 on the opposite side of the park are also excellent options.

Heads up! If you’re after a chance to catch a home run ball, then the “Home Run Porch” sections 144-155 are perfect for you. You’ll be right in the outfield, so keep your eyes peeled and your glove ready.

If you’re looking for a bit more space to stretch out, consider the “Grandstand Reserve” section. Not only does it offer a fantastic view, but the atmosphere and energy in the Grandstand are truly unique. You won’t find a better value for your money!

No matter what your age or interests, Truist Park has something to offer everyone. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a day of fun, food, and baseball with the Atlanta Braves. Get your tickets now!

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