Learn about Royals history from the founding of the ballclub to the current day through the many exhibits inside the Royals Hall of Fame. Fans can also discover more about the great tradition of professional baseball in Kansas City dating back to 1884 -- plus unique features and exhibits each season.
The Gallery Exhibits at the Royals Hall of Fame include the Clubhouse Lobby, where fans can see retired numbers, the Ashwood Wall, Cooperstown Corner, The Royals Way and other exciting exhibits.
In the Gallery Exhibits, fans can also experience The Dugout Theater presented by Sprint.
Share the exhilaration of the Royals championship seasons in the Crowning Moments exhibit. The trophies from the 1976, 1977, 1978 and 1984 division titles and the 1980 and 1985 American League pennants are all on display. Relive the thrilling 1985 season, as the Royals travel their amazing road to Kansas City's first World Series championship. Gallery Exhibits »
Feature exhibits at the Royals Hall of Fame change every season and highlight special moments in Royals baseball. This year, exhibits include a multimedia history of the All-Star Game, 2011 rookies and Gold Glove contenders. Feature Exhibits »
Past exhibits at the Hall of Fame include a look back at the Royals' inaugural season in 1969, the infamous Pine Tar Game, Bo Jackson's unique backstory, how baseball balms a nation in times of crisis and other compelling storylines. Previous Exhibits »