The Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association opens its doors to the public for guided tours, at no cost. Experience the rich history of Pasadena and Wrigley Mansion, known locally as Tournament House. You are invited to take a peek at the Tournament House, uncover the stories and see this iconic landmark.

On this intimate tour, discover hidden details, little-known facts and endearing trivia about the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association and Tournament House. You will learn about the history of the house and hear more about the traditions of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game.

Located in Pasadena, the house was once home to William Wrigley Jr. and his wife Ada Wrigley was also known for the Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field and Wrigley Chewing Gum.

Upon Ada’s death in 1958, the Wrigley family presented the property to the city of Pasadena with the request that it become home for the Tournament of Roses. Since then, the house has served as headquarters for the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game.

Further information and frequently asked questions on House Tours can be found here.

Booking for Tournament House tours will begin a month prior to the scheduled dates, with 80 slots available for each tour.