When talking about Atlanta’s rich history and culture, it would be impossible to ignore the Atlanta Braves. One of America’s favorite pastimes is baseball, and to Atlanta residents, there’s no better team than the Atlanta Braves.Located at Aisle 134 (northwest side of Turner Field), the Atlanta Braves Museum and Hall of Fame hosts a collection of over 600 Braves memorabilia, and offers the perfect way to learn about the team’s history. In-fact, the museum leaves no moment of the team’s existence untouched; artifacts and photographs of the Braves’ journey from Boston through to Milwaukee are also a part of the venue.Alongside the museum, sports fanatics can take a one hour tour of the historic Turner Field. Tours begin every hour, and depending on availability, include visits to the clubhouse, the Sky Field, the press box, a Braves luxury suite, the broadcast booth, and the dugout.To enjoy an Atlanta Braves tour, adults must pay 12 (or 10 for groups larger than 20), while children’s tickets are 7. To visit the museum, it’s 2 during a game and 5 when there’s no game.Naturally, the hours of the tours and museum vary depending on whether or not there is a game. During baseball season, the venue is open from 9am to 3pm every Monday through Saturday, and from 1pm to 3pm on Sundays. If there is an afternoon home game, tours are not offered. Meanwhile, From October to March, you can visit the site from 10am to 2pm everyday but Sunday.As for the museum, you can visit during the game; the venue opens two and a half hours before the event and stays open until the middle of the seventh inning.Visit the website for more information on holiday and in/off season hours.