Bravo, Braves! Kid-Friendly Braves Events in the Offseason

Read next

The Braves winning the World Series meant a few things for Atlanta families. First, nobody slept. We were all walking around like we had newborns at home—which some of us did—and the collective sleep depravation no doubt added to our city’s unique forms of chaos. But more importantly, winning the World Series meant locking-in a new generation of diehard Braves fans. And trust us, your kids are missing the excitement. Keep reading for four ways to keep the magic alive for your littlest Bravos.

Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps

The Atlanta Braves Baseball Camps presented by Mizuno offer ballplayers the unique opportunity to learn new skills through the official Braves Camp curriculum while getting closer to their favorite team than ever before! Have nonstop baseball fun with an emphasis on teamwork, attitude, and healthy competition for players, ages 6-12, of all abilities.

2021 Camp Dates: Throughout June in 3 locations.
Registering now.
Online: mlb.com

https://www.instagram.com/p/CU5du8oLqHM/CVrqphjsgWT/?hidecaption=true

Atlanta Braves History Tour at Truist Park

As the longest continuously operating franchise in Major League Baseball, the Atlanta Braves have plenty of history to share with their fans. Tours of Truist Park are offered daily year-round and take guests to many areas off limits during games. With artifacts and exhibits distributed throughout the ballpark, it is a definite must for any Braves or baseball fan. Tours begin at the Right Field Gate and tickets must be purchased in advance online. Tours depart rain or shine and last approximately 1.5 hours.

Online: mlb.com

Plan Spring Break at Spring Training

If you really, really can't wait to watch Freddy and Ozzie in action again, head to CoolToday Park in Venice, Florida in early Spring to get a peek at what the team looks like for the upcoming season.

CoolToday Park
18800 S. West Villages Parkway
Venice, FL 34292
Online: mlb.com

Featured image by Takechiyo L. via Yelp

—Shelley Massey

RELATED STORIES

Wintry Airbnb Escapes Worth a Road Trip

Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go in Atlanta

Teas for Tots: Holiday Teas in Atlanta to Book Now