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Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City

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Sit in the seat of famous first baseman Buck O’Neil at Kauffman Stadium. Built in 1973, and once called Royals Stadium, the building is an example of modernist stadium design. Since a two-year renovation finished in 2009, the stadium has hosted Major League Baseball's All-Star Game, among other major events. The park's most famous feature is its large fountain and waterfall, which runs before and after the game and in between innings. For Kauffman Stadium and beyond, use our Kansas City trip builder to get the most from your Kansas City vacation.
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  • We attend Royals games regularly! While it's annoying to pay $15 to park, it's fun to watch the boys in blue, win or lose. We usually pay more for seats down low, but even the seats up high are good. ...  more »
  • Seeing a game at Kaufman Field has been on my bucket list for decades. It did not disappoint, it is an almost perfect stadium. No matter where you walk inside you can see the field and feel like you a...  more »
  • Glorious scenic park on a beautiful Summers Eve. Fantastic views of field, jumbotron, and fountains from section behind home plate at bottom of upper deck. Lots of parking surrounding stadium. Ridicul...  more »
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  • I had a fantastic time!!! I am a new mother so when my family decided to go to a game for my dad's birthday I planned to be there. I was nervous about finding a place to nurse and change my baby. When I arrived my brother had done some research and told me there was a mother's room for nursing and changing. It is fantastic!! There are rocking chairs, a changing pad, a sink to rinse pumps, outlets and a table by every rocker. They have really thought of everything to make it comfortable for moms and their babies. They also have changing stations in every bathroom!! If you ask they will print a certificate for your baby that says they attended their first Royals game. Thanks for making a night out for the game a great family experience.
  • People were very kind and welcoming. We had our meal at Sweet Baby Rays on the Kansas City Royals we filled out a survey online and our meal was free. How awesome is that when your on vacation! Met some friendly die hard Royals fans at the stadium and they gave us tourist information and we are Tigers fans, had great fun with all of them! Thanks Kauffman Stadium and Royals for a great welcome to the city.
  • Amazing atmosphere. Plenty of different things for everyone. People are so nice. Prices for stuff from the gift shops was way to expensive. Also very disappointed in the players. We come from the home of the Naturals their AA team and they are gracious to fans talking to them signing stuff. The players wouldn't even acknowledge the fans. We drove 300 Miles and waited an hour and not a single player acknowledged any fans and we left with a very upset 7 year old who looks up to them and idolizes them.
  • Great place to watch baseball. Afternoon games can get HOT if you are not in the shade. Third bae side sees the first shade. But if you do get sunny seats, usually the concourses have a decent breeze.
  • It's the K! Love Craft and Draft and just hanging out. (Unless the seats are in the sun and it's a hot day with no breeze.) What happened to the frosty malts though?!? Actually, very few classic baseball snacks can be found out there anymore. I do applaud the removal of most Bud products. We aren't in St Louis, we're in KC.