I bet you didn’t know Kansas City is home to the second most water fountains in the world, trailing only Rome. This point of pride is prominently displayed beyond Kauffman Stadium’s left-center and right-center fences. At 322 feet, it is the largest privately funded fountain in the world, entertaining fans pre and post-game as well as in-between innings. Another unique feature is the crowned scoreboard in center, a perfect complement to the sole baseball-only facility built between 1966 and 1991. The Royals recent success on the field has highlighted one of the hidden ballpark gems in Major League Baseball.