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Royals Hall of Fame

The Royals Hall of Fame is an education and entertainment venue blending the timelessness of a museum with the sheer fun of the ballpark for a one-of-a-kind outing at Kauffman Stadium. The 7,000+ square foot facility opened on July 17, 2009 and features dynamic exhibits include artifacts, photos, documents and multimedia experiences tracing the history of professional baseball in Kansas City from the 1884 Kansas City Unions to the current day Kansas City Royals.

  • Where: Inside Gate A on the Plaza Level concourse (leftfield corner of the ballpark).
  • When: For all home games, the Royals Hall of Fame opens to the public when gates open to Kauffman Stadium and closes at the top of the 8th inning.
  • The Royals Hall of Fame is free of charge to all fans during every Royals home game.
  • Non-Game Visit: On non-game days, the Royals Hall of Fame operates with the Kauffman Stadium Tour Department.
  • Fans can book a visit online.

Fans can learn about: the Royals founding and the special story of the innovative Royals Baseball Academy; the important role of player development and the minor leagues; hear more about great moments in Royals history from 1969 through today; take a look back at the amazing careers of two of the greatest players to ever play- George Brett and Frank White; and relive the Royals championship seasons including their amazing 2014 journey to Kansas City's third American League Pennant. Partial list of artifacts on display:

  • 2014 American League Championship Trophy
  • 1985 World Series Trophy
  • 1980 American League Championship Trophy
  • 1976, 77, 78, 84 American League West Championship Trophies
  • 1980 American League MVP Award - Brett
  • Four American League Cy Young Award - Saberhagen (1985 & 89), Cone (1994), Greinke (2009)
  • George Brett's 3,000th Hit Baseball & Bat
  • George Brett's First Hit Baseball
  • Steve Busby No-Hitter #1 Baseball
  • Steve Busby No-Hitter #2 Baseball
  • Frank White's Eight Gold Gloves
  • Alex Gordon's Four Gold Gloves
  • Eric Hosmer & Sal Perez 2013 and 2014 Gold Gloves
Hall of Fame Highlights

'75 Years of Greatness' Exhibit - Returning for an encore in 2015, the Royals Hall of Fame is honored to work with our friends in Cooperstown on a feature exhibit celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum. The exhibit includes items from each of the first five inductees - Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Humboldt, Kansas native Walter Johnson. Other artifacts on display represent Hall of Fame inductees from every decade including items from Joe Cronin, Ted Williams, Casey Stengel, Willie Mays, Carl Yastrzemski, George Brett, Cal Ripken Jr, and Andre Dawson.

Dugout Theatre Film - Take a seat in an authentic replica of the Royals dugout and enjoy a tribute to Kansas City baseball history from 1884 Unions through the 2014 American League Champion Royals. The 36-foot long movie screen showcases the story guided in spirit by Kansas City baseball's all-time ambassador Buck O'Neil.

Design Your Own Ballpark by Populous - This one-of-a-kind technological interactive exhibit allows guests to design their own ballpark. Fans can make key design decisions as their "ideal" ballpark changes and develops on the screen in front of them.