Historic Old Pasadena
With buildings and architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries that have been substantially maintained, Old Pasadena is the city's historic downtown.
The Huntington Rose Garden
You can enjoy this top-notch combination of gardens, buildings dedicated to the arts, and artwork.
The Gamble House
The Gamble House was recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 1978, making it one of Pasadena's most popular tourist destinations.
Rose Bowl Stadium
The Rose Bowl, one of the most well-known stadiums in athletic history, is best known as a college football arena and as the location of the yearly Rose Bowl.
Norton Simon Museum
One of the most impressive private art collections ever amassed is the Norton Simon Museum, which is well-known across the world.
There are several hiking and horseback riding routes in Eaton Canyon, as well as a staging area, seasonal streams, a variety of natural flora and animals.
The Rose Parade, sometimes referred to as the Tournament of Roses Parade, takes place every year and is followed by the Rose Bowl Game, which is primarily played in Colorado.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory is a NASA field center and research and development facility located in the Californian city of La Caada Flintridge.
Kidspace Children's Museum
It is a top family attraction, situated in Pasadena and offers more than 40 useful exhibits in addition to daily interactive activities and events.
Colorado Boulevard, which is only few miles from Los Angeles but has its own personality, is most known for hosting the Tournament of Roses Parade and Rose Bowl.
California Institute of Technology
It is a well-known institution for scientific and engineering education and research that is famous for its prowess in these fields.