Braves Museum and Hall of Fame Atlanta Reviews
Nice museum for baseball fans Jul 02, 2011
Located inside Turner Field, the Braves Hall of Fame is a museum on the Braves baseball team.
Admission on game day requires a token, which costs $2, and can be bought just outside of the entrance. And it opens 2 ½ hours before game time, and stays open until the 7th inning. On non-game days, you can only see the place when taking a tour of the ballpark. I went during game day, so if going on non-game days, either look up their web site or give them a call for more information.
The museum traces the team history from their years in Boston and Milwaukee, where the franchise were, before coming to Atlanta in 1966.
There is memorabilia from all the eras of the team, and separate ones for each of the division titles, when they won it 14 times in a row. Plus a display of the World Series trophy and the Silver Slugger Awards, among other things. And you can watch a video of big moments in Braves history, like getting that final out of the 1995 World Series, when they won it all, and the only one in Atlanta.
Overall, a very nice place to visit, and a must for any Braves fans. But if you are at the ballpark for the game, you already know that.
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