Truist Park, situated in Atlanta, Georgia, is a modern and state-of-the-art baseball stadium serving as the home for the Atlanta Braves. Known for its intimate and fan-friendly atmosphere, the park boasts a seating capacity of approximately 41,000. Its design cleverly integrates traditional brick facades with contemporary architectural elements, creating a visually stunning structure.
The park is surrounded by a vibrant entertainment district, enhancing the game day experience. Inside, the field features impeccably maintained natural grass and a classic baseball diamond layout. Truist Park is celebrated for its advanced technology, including a massive high-definition scoreboard, and offers a variety of food and beverage options, showcasing local Atlanta cuisine. The stadium's location and design effortlessly blend the excitement of baseball with the cultural charm of Atlanta.
You are allowed one sealed bottle of water per ticket.
You are allowed to bring in one clear, gallon-sized plastic bag for food.
Small, single compartment clutches no larger than 5 x 9 inches are allowed, as well as certain medical bags and diaper bags for guests accompanied by infant(s).
Section 136 - Hot spot for fans to eat and drink. There are a couple of patios overlooking right field, and a lower level area for private events that looks right through the chain link fence in the outfield.
Section 152 - Grab some Texas-style BBQ from one of Atlanta’s most popular smokehouses.
Section 160 - We listed this under Bars & Restaurants because it’s accessible during games and on non-gamedays as well. Stop by here for one (or more) Terrapin staple beers plus some new ones, and grab some tasty BBQ while you’re there.
Sections 137 & 159 - Grab a double stack at one of Atlanta’s best burger joints.