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Atlanta Braves

Turner Field, a state of the art entertainment facility with an old time baseball atmosphere, is home to the Atlanta Braves baseball team. Since opening on April 4, 1997, Turner Field has become an Atlanta landmark. Located at 755 Hank Aaron Drive, at the junction of three interstates (I-75, I-85 and I-20) it is easily accessed from any major highway. Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum & Hall of Fame containing Atlanta Braves artifacts and memorabilia is the starting point of Turner Field tours.

Atlanta Dream

WNBA fans can enjoy Atlanta Dream home games at Philips Arena. A part of CNN Center, the arena is directed connected to the CNN Center atrium. Omni Hotel offers convenient lodging for out of town Dream fans.

Atlanta Falcons

The 71,000 seat Georgia Dome is the home of Atlanta Falcons football. Considered an architectural marvel, the Dome is the world's largest cable-supported domed stadium, spans 8.6 acres, is 275 feet tall, has 4,604 club seats, 164 Executive Suites and 8 Super Suites.

Atlanta Hawks

There is nothing but net at Philips Arena when the Atlanta Hawks are in the house. A part of CNN Center, the arena is directed connected to the CNN Center atrium. Omni Hotel offers convenient lodging for out of town Hawks fans.

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