We had the chance to spend Labor Day watching Braves play against the Rangers.
We walked around Battery Atlanta
with many other Families, surrounded by the Coca-Cola Roxy, LIVE! The Omni Hotel, and some dining and shopping. This neighborhood is designed for entertaining adults, and families with plenty of space to walk, and to watch the game on many large screens around the stadium.
As we walked around we ran into the Mizuno Glove Experience kiosk. My daughter rented a glove for a $1, for a chance to catch a homerun, or a foul ball during the game, and returned it after the game.
We walked through the Braves Hall of Fame, Braves in Cooperstown, and History of Braves Jerseys.
The Braves have worn more than 25 different styles of jerseys, since the franchise was born in 1871.
As we sat down at our seats we noticed a section called
ALL YOU CAN EAT SEATS
(AYCE) seats were at the Hank Aaron Terrace Section for groups of 20 and more. Ticket prices for the terrace section were around $60 -$ 80.
The weather was beautiful the moon was almost full and we had Spend a wonderful family outing at a beautiful stadium full of history and life.