It’s Not Your Daddy’s Rose Bowl Game Any More
Our Private Tour Guests Can Also
Enjoy a Stadium Tour
Pasadena gets the country’s attention on New Years Day for two reasons: the Tournament of Roses Parade in the morning and the Rose Bowl game in the afternoon. Parade lovers and those able to awaken early on January 1st are treated to one of the most beloved and historic processions of floats, marching bands, animals and entertainers we ever get to enjoy. What a way to begin a new year. But that’s not all. After lunch begins the contest for the best college football team. This year begins the new BCS (Bowl Championship Series) tournament-style format to determine the best of the college teams in the U.S. Those fortunate enough to get tickets to watch the game in this century old stadium that is the 11th largest in the U.S. and the rest of us watching on television will get to see the Oregon Ducks (ranked #3) versus the Florida State Seminoles (ranked #2). We will be urging our private Los Angeles tour guests booking custom luxury sightseeing excursions with us to reserve their tickets immediately (we can help with that). We will be happy to include Pasadena and the Rose Bowl Stadium on any tour we do including a look inside the stadium for a view of the field, press and luxury boxes and locker and training rooms. The site of two past Olympics, four Superbowls and numerous other significant athletic events the Rose Bowl really is a gem in the Los Angeles area.