Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals, was opened in 1973 and is one of the older ballparks in Major League Baseball. At 39 years old, it is the sixth-oldest stadium in Major League Baseball. Kauffman Stadium recently underwent a $250 million renovation, which began after the 2007 season and was completed in July 2009. (source:Wikipedia)
Kauffman Stadium is strictly a baseball venue with no real significant events having taken place outside of the game. This past season it hosted the 2012 MLB All Star Game.
In its history, the ballpark has seen Nolan Ryan throw his first of seven career no-hitters and has seen the Royals capture the World Series crown back in 1985.
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For a look at the seating chart for Kauffman Stadium, check out the image below. The venue seats 40,933 as of the 2012 season.
Kauffman Stadium Tours
Kauffman Stadium offers tours of the ballpark. In a description found on the Kansas City Royals website, here is what one can expect on a tour:
Get a behind the scenes look at Kauffman Stadium! In addition to having the largest hi-definition video board in the game, ‘The K’ features a the unique Outfield Plaza, Royals Hall of Fame, interactive Kids Area and Rivals Sports Bar. A tour of this “Crown Jewel” of ballparks will take you to areas not normally open to the public including the Royals Dugout, Crown Club and visitor’s clubhouse.