Among the amenities at Kauffman Stadium are a scoreboard boasting a 12-story rise into the sky and a 322ft. wide spectacular cascading water show, which is the largest privately funded fountain in the world. In 1990, a Sony JumboTron color video display board was constructed for the left field hillside. Known as one of the largest video boards in the United States, the JumboTron measures 30'x40'. Prior to the 1995 season, the artificial surface was replaced by a grass playing field. In addition, Crown Seats were added along with four dugout suites. The Picnic Pavilion, which was added prior to 2000, is located near the base of the JumboTron. Another amenity at Kauffman Stadium, the Little K is a miniature ballpark for kids age 12 and under. One child is featured live on the JumboTron during each game of the Pepsi Long Ball Challenge. The Little K also offers a Speed Pitch game, which allows children and adults to test their throwing arm. Along those same lines, batting cages were added in 2005. These facilities are available for fans of all ages and range from slow to medium speeds. Batting clinics are also available under expert instruction. The batting cages are located behind Little K.
Fans can visit the Royals Hall of Fame, which is located at Kauffman Stadium, on the Plaza Level behind section 107. This facility exhibits trophies and highlights some of the greatest moments and heroes in Royals history. In addition, Kauffman Stadium hosts regular tours so that fans can have an inside look at the facility.