Where: Turner Field, in the heart of Atlanta
Earn your stamp: See the South’s ﬁrst Major League Baseball team, which moved to Atlanta in 1966, in one of the sport’s most illustrious ﬁelds (built for the ’96 Olympics), with top-nosh concession fare, such as steak sandwiches by Kevin Rathbun (near section 205).
When to go: Home-game Sundays, when kids (4-14) get to run the bases like a pro. Line up at the Hank Aaron Ramp, near aisle 129, right after the game.
Plan it now: Tickets start at $6 for upper pavilion. Season opener: April 1. braves.com