The Kansas City Chiefs have opened their Hall of Honor in the renovated Arrowhead Stadium, and it's expected to become a favorite destination for fans on game days.
The museum pays homage to the 50-year history of the Chiefs and
the legacy of the American Football League, which Lamar Hunt founded in 1959 after the NFL refused to sell him a franchise.
The Hall of Honor was built as part of Arrowhead's $325 million renovation and was opened during a ceremony Wednesday evening.
It occupies a big chunk of the middle of the south concourse at the stadium, and will be open to all fans during every game.
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