Royals Hall of Fame is at Kaufmann Stadium at jct. I-70 and Blue Ridge Cutoff. This hall of fame overlooks the Kansas City Royals' home field inside Kaufmann Stadium. A short movie shown in the Dugout Theater highlights the history of the Royals, the stadium and individual players going back to the beginning of baseball in Kansas City. Interactive exhibits include one that lets you design your own ballpark and another that lets you call plays in an announcer's booth.
The hall of fame gallery displays photos and biographies of the 25 Royals Hall of Fame members, and legendary Royals players George Brett and Frank White are highlighted in an interactive exhibit. The Royals' 1985 World Series trophy is on display in the Crowning Moments section as well as division titles and pennants won by the team through the years. Cooperstown Corner is dedicated to items on loan from the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.
$10; $9 (ages 55+); $7 (ages 4-12); Free during games with paid admission . Parking: $12 (on game days); free (on non-game days in lot M).
Hours: Game days 10-2 (also 1.5 hours before game opening until top of 8th inning), non-game days Tues.-Sat. 10-2, early Apr.-Sept. By appointment, rest of year. Holiday hours vary. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.