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.
Soak up the scene:
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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