Braves Museum & Hall of Fame

★★★★☆

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I'm not a baseball fan, so i wasn't thrilled with the idea of spending time in a baseball museum. Among the halls of baseball facts, trivia, and memorabilia it was nice to look at the old pictures. The price was reasonable, even though I wasn't paying, and I wouldn't have either as I am not a baseball fan. However it was educational and I learned somethings I never knew before. I think this place would be perfect for someone with interests in baseball or the braves. Those who have no interest in either should stay away, you will get bored.

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I'm not a baseball fan, so i wasn't thrilled with the idea of spending time in a baseball museum. Among the halls of baseball facts, trivia, and memorabilia it was nice to look at the old pictures. The price was reasonable, even though I wasn't paying, and I wouldn't have either as I am not a baseball fan. However it was educational and I learned somethings I never knew before. I think this place would be perfect for someone with interests in baseball or the braves. Those who have no interest in either should stay away, you will get bored.

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This museum is a lot of fun, and is a bargain on game days. Admission the the museum is actually cheaper on the days that the Braves play, and is a great excuse to get the the game early! They also have guided tours, which are a bit pricier. This museum has a lot of interesting artifacts, and even houses a train car like the Braves used to tour in. This is a must see for any baseball fan.

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★★★★☆

This museum is a lot of fun, and is a bargain on game days. Admission the the museum is actually cheaper on the days that the Braves play, and is a great excuse to get the the game early! They also have guided tours, which are a bit pricier. This museum has a lot of interesting artifacts, and even houses a train car like the Braves used to tour in. This is a must see for any baseball fan.

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My granddaddy took me here. We liked it a lot. Did you know the Braves started in Boston? I learned that here. They also played in Milwaukee before moving to Atlanta. Of course we're big Braves fans so I liked this place a lot. First you see about 500 souvenirs. Then the 1-hour tour takes you to Coca-Cola Sky Field, a Braves luxury suite, the press box, broadcast booth, clubhouse (locker room), dugout, Scouts Alley and The Plaza. Then we watched the real Braves play. That was the best part of all.

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★★★★★

My granddaddy took me here. We liked it a lot. Did you know the Braves started in Boston? I learned that here. They also played in Milwaukee before moving to Atlanta. Of course we're big Braves fans so I liked this place a lot. First you see about 500 souvenirs. Then the 1-hour tour takes you to Coca-Cola Sky Field, a Braves luxury suite, the press box, broadcast booth, clubhouse (locker room), dugout, Scouts Alley and The Plaza. Then we watched the real Braves play. That was the best part of all.

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A must for any braves or baseball fan just make sure to go on a day when there is no game (the museum is open year round). I have been both times and when there was a game we were given the full tour around the stadium and entry into the press box, but no visit into the locker rooms or dug out. The musuem itself has tons of great memoriablia and just getting to see the bat and ball Hank Aaron used to hit his 715th home run is well worth the ticket price of $10 (includes tour and museum).

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★★★★☆

A must for any braves or baseball fan just make sure to go on a day when there is no game (the museum is open year round). I have been both times and when there was a game we were given the full tour around the stadium and entry into the press box, but no visit into the locker rooms or dug out. The musuem itself has tons of great memoriablia and just getting to see the bat and ball Hank Aaron used to hit his 715th home run is well worth the ticket price of $10 (includes tour and museum).

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