Turner Field is a stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia. Turner Field is currently home to the MLB team the Atlanta Braves. The stadium opened on March 29, 1997 with the construction taking just over three years at a cost of just over $209 million, about $314 million in today’s dollars. It was originally built as Centennial Olympic Stadium for the 1996 Olympics.
The Braves are three time World Series Champions and are members of the East Division of the National League within MLB. They are known by their team colors consisting of blue, red and white. The current owner of the Braves is Liberty Media.
The stadium currently holds 49,586 fans. There are 64 luxury suites and over 5,300 seats at the club level. Currently, it is the fourth largest in MLB in terms of seating capacity.
In terms of parking there are several options: Delta Medallion and Hyandai Lots are for VIP are closest to the stadium. General Parking is available in the Green, Blue, Orange, Gold, Red, and Grey Lots. There is also disabled parking available.