SunTrust Park

SunTrust Park is the new home stadium of the Atlanta Braves.

The park is located up I-75 in Cobb County. Traffic was thought to be the problem, but it was Easter Sunday and it was no problem.

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There are restaurants and The Roxy with events held there, right across the street.

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Then I saw the Home Depot tools, so I had to get into the picture.IMG_8785

Now, going into the stadium itself. There are a lot of things happening. It is beautiful! To the right was the kids area, they had a zip line for kids in the and tons of interactive games. IMG_8798

Then we turned left to head to our seats..and look who we saw…IMG_8805

Life sized Dale Murphy Bobblehead Doll. Then we head into the Hall of Fame, this was so special. It was awe inspiring.

The space devoted to Hank Aaron is informative and so well done. He is a true hero and a great man.

They also have the World Series Trophy.

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Then, we were making our way to our seats in the Infinity Club and look who was outside greeting us.

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Chipper Jones Life Sized Bobble head doll.

We made it to our seats…IMG_8821

Boyscouts filed  onto the field and one Boyscout recited the Pledge of Allegiance. His name was Sanjay and he was a good friend of my niece, who was surprised.

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and this little girl sang the national anthem, she belted it out. IMG_8833

Here are my nieces (who I love to pieces!)IMG_8816

This is where their parents were sitting!

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There truly are no bad seats here and it was a beautiful day!

I will review the food soon!

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6 thoughts on “SunTrust Park”

      1. Now that I have been there I thought I’d come back and do a little update. I liked it, it was beautiful (as it should be) and there is a lot to do in and around the ballpark, which is great! I’m not 100% sold, but I don’t think I ever would have been 100% sold. I live in Atlanta so the idea of moving to Cobb never thrilled me. It definitely feels a little more closed off (probably because it is) and it’s weird to see the buildings behind the stadium. With all of that being said, I like that it feels more intimate when you’re in you’re seats, and I don’t think there’s a bad seat in the house; I’m sure after a few more trips, it will feel a little more like home. Despite hating that it’s in Cobb, I still thought it was a really nice place to catch a ball game!

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