11/28/2012 5:15 PM ET
Braves Museum Offers "Toys for a Tour" Promotion
Complimentary Turner Field tours for children with donation of new and unwrapped toy
In celebration of the giving season, the Braves Museum is offering a special way for fans to give back to local children, while giving back to their wallets, as well! Beginning December 1 through December 22, children 13 and under who donate a new and unwrapped toy to the Atlanta Braves Foundation will receive a complimentary guided tour of Turner Field. The Atlanta Braves Foundation will donate all collected toys to children in need during the holiday season.
Children 13 and under with a new and unwrapped toy will receive free tour admission when accompanied by an adult (offer valid for up to four children with toys per one paid adult). Complimentary tours are for walk-up tickets only (excludes pre-booked groups). Walk-up tickets are $12 and can be purchased inside the Braves Museum at Turner Field.
The Museum is the starting point of the tours, featuring more than 700 Braves artifacts and photographs tracing the team’s history from its beginnings in Boston, to Milwaukee and eventually to Atlanta. The tours allow fans access to many areas that are off limits during games, including the Braves press box, broadcast booth, clubhouse and dugout.
Since its inception in 1992, the Atlanta Braves Foundation has provided support and resources to thousands of metro Atlanta-based organizations and has contributed more than $3.5 million in financial assistance to the community. Through the generous support of Braves players and staff, sponsors and fans, the Atlanta Braves Foundation continuously strives to improve the quality of life for our youth.
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