Turner Field is a stadium in Atlanta
, home to Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves since 1997. Originally built as Centennial Olympic Stadium in 1996 to serve as the centerpiece of the 1996 Summer Olympics, the stadium was converted into a baseball park to serve as the new home of the franchise.
: A 24,000 square feet (2,200 m sq) area of space rented for special events and parties. The suites may be rented for individual games or for the entire season.
Delta Sky 360 Lounge
: This feature was added in 2010 and is located behind the 755 Club suites on the second level of the ballpark. The lounge may only be accessed by members of the 755 Club. The lounge consists of multiple eateries not found in the rest of the ballpark.Other Delta Sky 360 Lounges can be found at Yankee Stadium and Citi Field.
Georgia’s Own Credit Union Club
: This area consists of 80 premium seats and is located directly adjacent to the press box. The club was added to the ballpark for the 2012 season and also contains multiple upscale dining options and in-seat food and beverage services.
Golden Moon Casino Level
: An indoor premium concourse level located on the second deck of the ballpark, this level features multiple VIP suites that may be purchased for individual games and used for party-style affairs, among other events.
Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum And Hall Of Fame
: Located along the northwest side at Aisle 134 and serves as the franchise's main museum. Admission to the museum hall of fame can be purchased at the Braves ticket window.
: This club is named for the bank holding company headquartered in Atlanta. The club is reserved for official partners and luxury clients of the ballpark. This $6 million addition was completed in 2008 and its 143 premium seats are just 43 feet from home plate, closer than seats in any other MLB ballpark (and closer to home plate that the pitcher's mound).SunTrust Club members also have access to an exclusive club area located under the Hank Aaron Seats (Section 101) that consists of free food and drinks for club members.
Other areas and features
: Along the Left Field Corner of the Upper deck and named after one the largest businesses in the Atlanta area, the sky field is a large standing room area from which fans can view the game. The area contains a base path which kids can run during the games. Also in this area is a large Coca-Cola Bottle. The original bottle was outfitted with baseball equipment, however a new modern bottle replaced the original during the 2009 season.
: Named for current Braves catcher Brian McCann, this restaurant located in right field opened for the 2011 season.This restaurant not only allows fans to purchase food items similar to those available at casual dining restaurants, but it provides tables that overlook the ballpark from right field. This allows customers to watch the game from their table while eating at the restaurant.