SunTrust Park is Atlanta's baseball stadium and official home to the Atlanta Braves. Originally constructed as the Centennial Olympic Stadium for the 1996 Olympic Games, the park was then renamed Turner Field and converted to a 49,000-seat baseball stadium the following year. It has since been remodeled and is now known as SunTrust Park.
Stop by one of the park’s many food stands and sit-down restaurants for a bite to eat, or grab a pint at the Terrapin Taproom—one of the stadium’s most popular dining and drinking establishments. Families with kids can head to Hope & Will's Sandlot, a kid's zone with a rock-climbing wall, zipline, and carnival games. While most Atlanta residents and season ticket holders will tell you the best way to get to know the Braves’ home is to catch a game, it’s also possible to visit SunTrust Park on an Atlanta city tour or see it from above on a helicopter tour.
Things to Know Before You Go
SunTrust Park is a must-see for sports fans.
Free sunscreen stations can be found throughout the park.
The park is fully accessible to wheelchairs and strollers, with accessible parking, elevators and escalators, courtesy rides, accessible seating, accessible restrooms, lowered concession counters and drinking fountains, and an accessible help center.
Strollers are allowed in the park but must be folded under seats during a game.
How to Get There
SunTrust Park is located near the junction of Interstates 75 and 85 in Atlanta. The nearest MARTA (public transit) stop is 0.75 miles from the field.
When to Get There
Visit during baseball season to experience SunTrust Park during a game; to see some serious rivalry, head to the park to watch the Braves take on the New York Yankees.
The Battery Atlanta
The Battery Atlanta is a shopping, living, and entertainment complex located adjacent to SunTrust Park. Visitors can shop and dine at restaurants such as Terrapin, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, Wahlburgers, PBR Bar & Grill, Antico, Goldberg's Bagel Company & Deli, and Cru Food & Wine Bar.