1. The Battery Atlanta

The Batter Atlanta features all kinds of pregame entertainment including a bowling alley, a music venue, and lots of places to grab a bite to eat or drink. If you’re looking for something to do before the game, then The Battery Atlanta is the ideal location for you.

2. Tomahawk Chop

When the worldless war song is being played, loyal Braves fans make a chopping motion in line with the beat of the song to show their support as well as intimidate the opposing team. Join in the Tomahawk Chop to show off your Braves pride.

3. Phil Niekro Statue

Make sure to check out the statue of Phil Niekro outside the 3rd Base Gate before entering the stadium. The statue honors the knuckler who played for the Braves for 21 seasons.

4. Chop House

If you’re looking to grab something to eat a Truist Park, then check out the Chop House. The three-story restaurant in right field is home to two party decks and is an excellent place to eat at Truist Park.

5. Hope and Will's Sandlot

Those of you bringing kids to the game will want to stop by Hope and Will’s Sandlot. Here you’ll find lots of activities for kids including a zip line, climbing tower, batting cages, and much more.

6. Chick-Fil-A Cows

The Chick-Fil-A Cows from Turner Field will make their way to Truist Park. Take some time to see the cows and get a picture of them during your trip to Truist Park.

7. Hank Aaron Statue

The Atlanta Braves will unveil a new Hank Aaron statue at Truist Park. After some dispute over what to do with the Hank Aaron statue outside of Turner Field, the Braves have decided to build a new statue of Hammerin’ Hank at their new ballpark. Make sure to see the new statue after it’s built.

8. Scoreboard Message

Truist Park offers the ability to order a message on their massive scoreboard. With a donation to the Atlanta Braves Foundation, fans can personalize the scoreboard for any special message they’d like to share.

9. Organist

The Braves are one of the few teams who still use a live organist. Matthew Kaminski is the organist for Braves games and he’s started a tradition at Turner Field: tweeting with fans for song requests. He’s so dedicated to his job and the importance of fan interaction that if he doesn’t know a song, he will look it up online, learn it, then play it an inning or two later.

10. Lot 6

Tailgating is allowed in designated lots surrounding Truist Park, so those of you looking to set up your own tailgate before watching the Braves take the field are in luck. Join in on the fun as there is no better place to pregame before a Braves game then the tailgate lots.

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