If you're in Atlanta for a baseball game or any occasion, stop by the Braves Museum and Hall of Fame at Turner Field. Sports fans will get to see over 600 artifacts from the baseball club's history, including the time before the team settled in Atlanta.
The exhibits on the Boston Braves and Milwaukee Braves start the team's history. The museum also talks about Atlanta Fulton County Stadium, the home field until after the 1996 Olympics.
The hall of fame honors important members of the Braves community, including players Hank Aaron and Chipper Jones, owner Ted Turner, former manager Bobby Cox and announcer Skip Caray, along with many others. Admission is $2 during games and $5 on non-game days.