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Tournament House Tours

Tournament House Tours
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Don’t miss out on seeing the inside of the Tournament House before it closes its doors for the fall. Free tours of the house are offered every Thursday through August; not only do you get to see the house, but you’ll also see—get ready for it—the Crown of the Rose Queen. Inside the 21-room, 18,500-square-foot Italian Renaissance-style […]

Castle Green Summer Tour

Castle Green Summer Tour

To see where film director Tim Burton, surrealist artist Marcel Duchamp and artist Charles White spent their early days creating, be sure to take in this summer’s Castle Green June Tour. Ordinarily closed to the public, the doors of this historic, Moorish and Mission revival-style former hotel will open to visitors on Sunday. Explore over 25 residential units, see […]

Gamble House Tour

Gamble House Tour

Haven’t quite had your fill of the Gamble House? Then join them for a Behind the Velvet Ropes Tour for those of you who are still curious about what lies beyond the velvet barrier. On this tour participants are welcomed behind the scenes to visit parts of the house not available on the regular one-hour […]

Put Grandma on a Bus

Put Grandma on a Bus

Celebrate Grandma successfully avoiding those reindeer by giving her the hometown tour she’s always wanted. By the end of December, the holiday rush will be over for many, but here in Pasadena, we’ll just be getting started, with family and friends arriving for the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl. While they’re waiting for the New […]

Castle Green Tour

Castle Green Tour

We Pasadenans are constantly tempted by beautiful things. Some, like the Castle Green, are usually shielded from our prying eyes — but not this weekend! Sunday brings a rare opportunity to peek inside this historic landmark. Built as a hotel in 1898, the Castle is now a mix of condos and apartments occupied by a […]

A Midcentury Modern Tour

A Midcentury Modern Tour

If you didn’t know that May was Historic Preservation Month, you have one last chance to celebrate, by joining Pasadena Heritage on Sunday in honoring the midcentury modern homes of Ain, Johnson and Day. First attend a lecture and book signing by Professor Anthony Denzer of the University of Wyoming, author of Gregory Ain: The Modern House […]

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