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Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals make their home at Kauffman Stadium and the Royals are beloved by their Kansas City fans. The stadium was renovated in 2009 and, even better, this team has seen a resurgence over the past few years, bringing a new wave of enthusiasm across town. The Royals made a trip to the World Series in 2014 and secured a World Series win in 2015 – the first championship won by the baseball team since 1985. The stadium itself is filled with food and drink vendors, plus tickets to a game are on the more affordable side. Kauffman Stadium also offers ballpark tours during the offseason and on select Saturdays; these range in price from $17 to $55, based on the type of tour (discounts are available for children). 

Baseball fans say this stadium is beautiful and encourage visitors to attend a game during their trip to Kansas City. Travelers say the energy inside the stadium is impressive and add that the fans are welcoming and friendly.

If you're going to a game, some suggest getting a lower level seat since the top levels have a steep incline. You'll find the stadium on the eastern edge of Kansas City, about 8 miles southeast of downtown; parking is available at the lots on-site. Tickets for the games vary and depend on the day, the seat and the opponent. Find more information on games and tours on the Kauffman Stadium website

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#1 Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art appeals to many kinds of visitors, such as little kids who appreciate the giant badminton birdie installations (four 18-foot shuttlecocks, to be exact) on the ... Read more » Courtesy of Visit KC

#2 Arabia Steamboat Museum The side-wheel steamer Arabia was constructed in 1853 for powering through the muddy Missouri River waters with up to 200 tons of supplies in tow. But later, it snagged a ... Read more » Courtesy of the Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association

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#8 Power & Light District This district (right next to downtown's Sprint Center) consists of more than 50 shops, restaurants and nightlife venues – and it's one of Kansas City's newer and most ... Read more » Courtesy of the Power & Light District

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The Nelson-Atkins is arguably one of the best art museums in the Midwest. (It also has some interesting lawn installations, including the large badminton birdies pictured.) Courtesy of Visit KC

Travelers say a visit to the Arabia Steamboat Museum is a must when in Kansas City. Courtesy of the Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association

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Locals just call the Country Club Plaza "the Plaza." It's known for its shops, restaurants and boutiques, plus its captivating architecture. flyfshrmn98 / Flickr

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