Truist Park is home-sweet-home for the Atlanta Braves and opened in April 2017. Conveniently located off of I-75 and I-285, the new ballpark boasts more than 40,000 seats, concessions for every foodie, and baseball-themed activities for the entire family. Individual and season tickets for Braves games are available on the official website. Not in town during a Braves game? No problem! Tours of the ballpark are available year-round.
THE BATTERY ATLANTA
Connected to Truist Park, The Battery Atlanta is an innovative mixed-used development, open even on non-game days. Visitors are encouraged to come early and stay late to shop, eat, and of course, play ball. The Battery Atlanta is also home to the new Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre, a legendary Atlanta venue that closed in 2008.
Worried about where to park? There are more than 14,000 parking spaces available for game day. Parking for Braves games can be purchased in advance with your ticket and is highly encouraged. Most game day lots require pre-payment and some lots will accept credit-card only payment on site. In addition to Braves parking, independent parking lots near and around Truist Park are also available.
The Braves and Waze have entered a sweet partnership to guide fans to their parking lot at Truist Park. Use Waze to search the deck that you have pre-paid parking for and the app will lead you to the right spot. Less time in the car means more time enjoying the ballpark!
The pedestrian bridge that connects the Cobb Galleria Centre and Truist Park is open. Walking across the bridge takes approximately 5 to 10 minutes. Although visitors have access to the bridge, there is NO game day parking at the Cobb Galleria Centre.
OTHER WAYS TO GET TO TRUIST PARK
Uber has partnered with the Braves for an Uber Zone located on Windy Ridge Parkway, right near the entrance of the ballpark. Riders can request an Uber through the app, receive a number to give to the next available Uber driver, and then catch their ride. This Uber Zone makes it easier than ever to find your driver after the game.
CobbLinc is Cobb County’s official public transportation system and provides service to Truist Park. MARTA, a transportation system serving the Atlanta area, connects to CobbLinc at the Cumberland Transfer Station through MARTA Route 12. CobbLinc does not offer Sunday service.
Move easily around Cumberland on the Cumberland Circulator, an extension of CobbLinc. During the World Series, Circulator Blue and Circulator Green will provide stops at Truist Park and other sweet spots in the neighborhood from 5 p.m. to 1:50 a.m. Riders can use MARTA Breeze Cards, CobbLinc Magnetic Passes, or exact change to ride any line on the Circulator. The Cumberland Circulator does not offer Sunday service.
Adult One-Way – $2.50 | Youth One-Way – $1.50 | Senior Citizen One-Way – $1.00
Stay sweet at one of several hotels located near Truist Park and throughout the county if you’re in town for a game. The Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta and three other hotels are the preferred hotels of the Atlanta Braves. Along with these hotels, there are many hotels nearby in Cobb to make you feel right at home.
Cobb Game Day
MLB.com Ballpark App
Truist Park FAQs
Truist Park A to Z Guide