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Museum and HOF

  • Braves HOF and Museum

The Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum & Hall of Fame (BMHF) is an education and entertainment venue, which features more than 600 Braves artifacts and photographs that trace the team's history from its beginnings in Boston (1871-1952) to Milwaukee (1953-65) to Atlanta (1966-present). It is located on the northwest side of Turner Field at Aisle 134.

Hall of Fame Members | Museum Exhibits | Other Exhibits
Educational Tours | Admission | Hours of Operation

  • Hall of Fame Members

    Chipper Jones
    Chipper Jones

    Induction Year: 2013

    John Smoltz
    John Smoltz

    Induction Year: 2012

    Bobby Cox
    Bobby Cox

    Induction Year: 2011

    Tom Glavine
    Tom Glavine

    Induction Year: 2010

    Greg Maddux
    Greg Maddux

    Induction Year: 2009

    David Justice
    David Justice

    Induction Year: 2007

    Ralph Garr
    Ralph Garr

    Induction Year: 2006

    Bill Lucas
    Bill Lucas

    Induction Year: 2006

    Herman Long
    Herman Long

    Induction Year: 2005

    Paul Snyder
    Paul Snyder

    Induction Year: 2005

    Skip Caray
    Skip Caray

    Induction Year: 2004

    Tommy Holmes
    Tommy Holmes

    Induction Year: 2004

    Kid Nichols
    Kid Nichols

    Induction Year: 2004

    Pete Van Wieren
    Pete Van Wieren

    Induction Year: 2004

    Del Crandall
    Del Crandall

    Induction Year: 2003

    Bill Bartholomay
    Bill Bartholomay

    Induction Year: 2002

    John Sain
    John Sain

    Induction Year: 2002

    Lew Burdette
    Lew Burdette

    Induction Year: 2001

    Ernie Johnson
    Ernie Johnson

    Induction Year: 2001

    Dale Murphy
    Dale Murphy

    Induction Year: 2000

    Ted Turner
    Ted Turner

    Induction Year: 2000

    Hank Aaron
    Hank Aaron

    Induction Year: 1999

    Eddie Mathews
    Eddie Mathews

    Induction Year: 1999

    Phil Niekro
    Phil Niekro

    Induction Year: 1999

    Warren Spahn
    Warren Spahn

    Induction Year: 1999

  • Museum Exhibits

    Atlanta (1966-present)

    This section begins with a 14-minute video on Atlanta Braves highlights beginning opening day in 1966, along with a photo opportunity on the original dugout bench from Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (AFCS). Hank Aaron's 715th home run bat and ball, the 1995 World Series trophy, and Dale Murphy's 1982 & 1983 MVP Awards can be seen in this area. Lockers from AFCS highlight artifacts from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, along with more than 200 items from the Braves unprecedented 14 Straight Division Championships (1991-2005) in a exhibit called "14 Straight."

    Milwaukee (1953-1965)

    Along with numerous artifacts from the 1957 World Series and the team's relatively short stay in Milwaukee, this section features a 26-foot cross section of an original 1954 Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Car, the "Bobolink," with a refurbished interior and artifacts from the time period. Visitors are able to walk through the car and listen to an audiotape of baseball great Hank Aaron and broadcast legend Ernie Johnson describing their experiences riding on trains with the team.

    Boston (1871-1952)

    This section features a painted mural of South End Grounds, which was home to the team from 1871 to 1915. While in Boston, the Braves were called the Red Stockings, Beaneaters, Doves, Rustlers and Bees, which is outlined by the "What's in a Name?" display. Along with more than 10 different Boston jerseys, this area also includes exhibits on the 1914 and 1948 World Series, Babe Ruth as a Brave, 1948 Rookie of the Year Alvin Dark, and Braves that served in the military.

    Other Exhibits

    Braves Hall of Fame

    This exhibit features photographs and artifacts of the 25 members of the Braves Hall of Fame.

    Braves Leaderboard

    This giant scoreboard features franchise and Atlanta leaders in pitching and hitting. Updated daily, the board keeps visitors abreast of upcoming Braves records and milestones.

    Braves in Cooperstown

    This exhibit features photos of the 46 members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame who wore a Braves uniform during all or some portion of their careers. The most recognizable names include Hank Aaron (1954-74), Babe Ruth (1935), and Cy Young (1911).

    The Transformation of Turner Field

    This short video begins with footage from the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, held at Olympic Stadium (now Turner Field). It shows the progression of the Olympic Stadium being transformed into Turner Field over a seven month period.

    Braves Hall of Fame (Located on the Club Level)

    Established in 1999, the Braves Museum & Hall of Fame honors those players, managers, coaches, and other individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to the Braves franchise.

    For information on the 2014 Braves Hall of Fame luncheon and induction ceremony, please call (404) 614-2310.

  • Educational Tours

    The Braves Museum and Hall of Fame offers specialized tours tailored to elementary and junior/senior high school students.

    Regular/History tour: The original tour of Turner Field provides information of the history of the stadium, team, and the different areas on the tour route, including Coca-Cola Sky Field, the press box, broadcast booth, dugout, clubhouse, Scout's Alley; and the Braves Museum Store.

    Mathematics tour: The Mathematics tour details how baseball is a game of numbers. This tour gives students an introduction to some of the statistics in baseball and how they are calculated and used during a game.

    Careers in Sports tour: The Careers in Sports tour is targeted towards high school students and provides a general overview and perspective of different career opportunities available in the sports industry, specifically Major League Baseball.

    Turner Field school group tours can be scheduled by calling 404-614-2311 or emailing turnerfieldtours@braves.com. The cost is $7 for students and $10 for adults. Complimentary admission is granted for one adult per every ten students.

  • Admission

    Admission to the museum during games is one token ($2) and $5 on non-game days. Walk-up tour tickets are $17 for adults, $13 for juniors (10-13), $9 for children (3-9) and $14 for groups of 20 or more. Walk-up tickets can be purchased at the Braves ticket window at Turner Field and groups of 20 or more must make reservations two weeks in advance by calling (404) 614-2311 or emailing turnerfieldtours@braves.com.

  • Hours of Operation

    During the baseball season (April - September), tours are offered:)
    Monday - Saturday: (No tours on days with afternoon home games): 9:00 am, 10:30* am, 12 pm, 1:30*pm, and 3:00pm
    Sunday: (No tours on days with Sunday home games): 1:00*pm, 2:30pm
    *Includes tablets with interactive videos

    Off-Season (October - March)
    Monday - Saturday: 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m.
    Closed: MLK Day, Thanksgiving Day, December 23-January 2

    The museum opens two and a half hours before each game and closes in the middle of the seventh inning.