Turner Field, named after Braves owner Ted Turner, was built just south of Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in 1996. This $320 million Olympic stadium was retrofitted into a baseball-only, open-air, natural-grass facility. Turner Field was the third stadium in history to have played host to the Summer Olympics before being used as a major-league ballpark. The old stadium, Atlanta-Fulton County, was imploded in 1997 and converted into a parking lot for Turner Field.
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This was the Olympic Stadium for the 1996 games before being converted to a baseball-only facility for the Braves. The Olympic cauldron from those games is nearby, and in the parking lot next door is a portion of the left-field wall over which Hank Aaron launched home run No. 715 in 1974 at the old Fulton County Stadium. For more on the Turner Field experience, including a game-day itinerary, visit Wise Guides.
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755 Hank Aaron Drive
Atlanta, GA 30315
Coming from the north or south: As you come into Atlanta on either Interstate 75 or 85, the two interstates will merge as you enter the city. Proceed through town to Exit 246 - Fulton Street/Stadium exit. Coming from the east: Head into Atlanta on Interstate 20 West. Take Exit 58A - Capitol Avenue exit. Coming from the west: Drive into Atlanta on Interstate 20 East. Take Exit 56B - Windsor Street/Spring Street/Stadium exit. At the first light go right on Windsor Street. Turn left on Fulton Street.
Central Parking System operates all official Turner Field parking facilities. There are approximately 1,200 parking spaces available to the general public west of I-75/85 and another 800 parking spaces available in the Orange lot, which is located on the corner of Hank Aaron Drive and Fulton Street. Charter buses and limousines should park in the Blue lot and are only allowed access through the Fulton Street entrance. Before and after the game, please follow the directions of Atlanta City Police to avoid congestion. Public parking is $10 per car, $30 per bus, RV or limo. Handicapped parking is located in the South (Green) lot (east of I-75/85) and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Public Transportation (MARTA) Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority operates trains and buses throughout the area. You can take the North/South line to the Five Points Station; exit on the Forsyth Street side. Braves Shuttle buses leave the MARTA station beginning one hour before game time and run continuously one hour after the game.