PasadenaA dynamic city centered in beautiful Southern California, Pasadena is a place of discovery – from dining and shopping to theater and art galleries. Pasadena offers the business and recreational traveler a surprising combination of sophisticated charm, culture, history, and fun.

Drawing from its rich cultural heritage, Pasadena features numerous world-class museums and historical sites. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens offers an extensive collection of literary classics, 17th and 18th century British and French art, and 150 acres of lush gardens.

Rose ParadeSeven centuries of European art from the Renaissance to the 20th century are on display at The Norton Simon Museum, including masterpieces by Van Gogh, Degas, Rembrandt and Picasso. The Pacific Asia Museum is dedicated to the promotion and understanding of the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific, while the Pasadena Museum of California Art features California art, architecture and design from 1850 to the present. In contrast, the Gamble House, built in 1908, is an architectural masterpiece of the American Arts and Crafts era.

Pasadena's Culinary & History Sampler
This is the ideal way to learn about Pasadena’s extensive culinary offerings, colorful history, architectural gems and compelling charm. You’ll explore the ethnically diverse cafés, restaurants and gourmet shops on colorful side streets and charming hidden courtyards on a walking tour of Old Pasadena by Melting Pot Food Tour and discover the area’s significant architecture…
Pasadena's Unique Arts & Culture
Experience two of Pasadena’s more unique homes that are now noted museums – the Pacific Asia Museum, once the home of visionary philanthropist and art collector Grace Nicholson, and the Gamble House, the former home of David and Mary Gamble of the Procter and Gamble Company, a study in American Arts and Crafts-Style architecture. On…