Family Activities: As with baseball games in many cities, it is a family affair. Dads and sons especially have a tradition of going to baseball games together. No matter what the crowd, most are a friendly bunch, even to rival teams. Even if you are not much into sport, Turner Field provides terrific people watching. Of course there are also stunning views of all the action going on below. In fact, the stadium is set up that there really is not a bad seat in the house. If heading out to the game on a weekday, make sure to take public transit as traffic can be awfully bad on game days. While you are waiting for the game to start there are some activities to keep little ones entertained like batting cages and such. Vendors are helpful and friendly. If you enjoy tailgating get there early to do so.
Things to Do with Kids: Baseball fans can find great family entertainment year-round at Turner Field. Originally built for the 1996 Olympic Games, the brick and limestone ballpark is now the tromping grounds for the Braves and features interactive games and restaurants throughout its facility. Fans can take guided tours, even during the off-season. Each informative excursion begins in the beloved Braves Museum & Hall of Fame, which houses Hank Aaron memorabilia and various historical exhibits.