The Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena opens its gates to the public again for guided tours on Friday, January 28, and the last Friday of every month, at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
During the guided tour, guests can delight in this unforgettable opportunity to walk through a National Historic Landmark where countless moments in history have been made. Your tour guide will lead you through behind-the-scenes locations at the stadium, including the classic stadium seating, the original 1922 locker room, the new Terry Donahue Pavilion, the Loge Lounge, the Working Press Box and other facilities.
Throughout the tour, you will learn about the iconic history that has taken place at the Rose Bowl, from the Four Horsemen of Notre Dame who played there in 1925, to Brandi Chastain’s game winning kick in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final in 1999.
Tours will not only be an outdoor excursion, but a historical learning experience as well about the iconic stadium that has rightfully earned its title as “America’s Stadium.”
To purchase tickets, visit www.rosebowlstadium.com/events/details/252/public-tours.
For more information, call (626) 577-3100.
The Rose Bowl Stadium is at 1001 Rose Bowl Drive in Pasadena.