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Rose Bowl Stadium
Rose Bowl Stadium

Rose Bowl Stadium

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1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103
(626) 577-3100
https://www.rosebowlstadium.com/
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The Rose Bowl Stadium, also known as "America's Stadium," was built in 1922 and is a National Historic Landmark. The stadium is not only home to the UCLA Bruins football team, but also hosts the ... Read more
annual Tournament of Roses Football Game, also commonly referred to as the Rose Bowl. With a seating capacity in excess of 90,000, the stadium has been host to five Super Bowls, 1984 Olympic soccer matches and numerous World Cups. A $152 million renovation project, scheduled to be completed in 2013, will modernize Rose Bowl Stadium with a new video board, more restrooms and concessions plus a new press box.

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Local from Los Angeles, California

UCLA football is a resident here at this stadium where they play their fall games. Too bad they are not that good because it would be more exciting to watch them play. There's lots of food to get at the stadium outside. From cheap hot dogs and nachos to expensive lemonade.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

The Rose Bowl has it all! You can get in o the craziness of a UCLA tailgate... catch your favorite artist in concert... shop till you drop at a flea market... and get in a mean workout all in one place. Honestly, there’s so much more. Hit up their website to see what’s going on after time of your visit.

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Rochester, Minnesota, USA

We weren't here for the Rose Bowl game, but we'd been to Pasadena numerous times and had never driven past the stadium before, so we decided to this time just to see it. It is fenced off with security on the premises, so don't plan on getting too close. You can still get some good pictures, and see the plaques on the ground commemorating the schools in the conference that typically play their bowl games here. A statue of Jackie Robinson and his accomplishments on the football field, particularly at nearby Pasadena City College, was unveiled here in November 2017.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Happening only 2nd Sunday of the month, this is the biggest flea market in all of America. The entrance is $9. There is a paid parking that is $15 and also a free one next to it on the grass that is quite convenient as well. It was a short walk from the free one. Come as early as you can because there are perimeters beyond perimeters of stuff. You will find things ranging from reasonable to outlandish prices. People are more apt to negotiations at the end so it's worth staying until the end also! Entrance closes at 330p. Vendors also start packing up around that time.

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Local from West Covina

Great place to watch football. UCLA football! the shuttle is the best way to get there!

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Home of the annual Rose Bowl football game, the stadium was built in 1921-22 to house the overflow crowds who came to watch the football game that followed the Rose Parade. This is the place that you can thank/blame for the plethora of football games on and around January 1 of each year.

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Local from Los Angeles

This is the most beautiful football stadium in america. It's an iconic landmark

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Local from Los Angeles, California

Home field for UCLA, this is also the home of the new years day Rose Bowl game. It sits in the Arroyo valley below JPL.

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The famous Rose Bowl. It also has the largest flea market in Southern California on every second Sunday

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San Diego, California

The Rose Bowl stadium located in Pasadena,CA Is the home field for UCLA and the exciting Location for THE Rose Bowl every year. This stadium is great for tailgating with the warm weather all year long. The only negative for the stadium is that It Is dry. Mean info you can NOT buy alcohol once inside!

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great place for concerts, sporting events and walking and jogging. golf course is very nice too!

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Local from Burbank, California

Great place to get some exercise.
You will find people down there at all hours walking, running,
biking, roller blading around the Rose Bowl. The loop around the
bowl is exactly 3 miles. There is a hot dog stand at north end
which is opened when the golf course is open. Grab a dog and a drink
and watch the golfers hit onto the par 3 green.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Rose Bowl is a historic stadium and landmark in Pasadena. I cannot believe this stadium is 91 years old! That is older than 98 percent of the population, and even more remarkable is the good condition overall. It can seat over 90,000 peoples. That is only handful of stadium can reach that capacity. It is mostly use for College Football Bowl Game, in fact this is the granddaddy of them all bowl game. The oldest bowl game exists. Home of the UCLA Bruins!

This was the stadium use for the World Cup Final in 1994 and the 1999 Woman World Cup Final as well. The size and capacity of the stadium make it flexible for multiple usage. Flear Market is often been use during Sunday.

Parking is a nightmare here, and can cost up to $25, which is almost like a robbery. They close the residential area so outsider cannot find free parking in the street. Suggestion is taking a bus instead. Restaurant and other amenities are too far from walking distance. Overall, this is a great stadium. However, getting there can be a real pain.

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Local from Greater Los Angeles, California, USA

best place to run, seriously. 3.1-3.3 miles/5k around the stadium. paved path, no dirt, nice ppl. well lit. free parking. why wouldnt you go?

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Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA
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This is a flea market of epic proportions. You pay $8 for admission, then wind your way through rows upon rows upon rows of vintage everything in hopes of finding that one piece that calls out to you. There is a separate section for vintage clothes and shoes, but in reality shoes are mixed in with glassware mixed in with antique guns mixed in with doilies. Haggling is definitely encouraged. I picked up a wicker picnic basket for $5 - not sure what I'll do with it, but it was certainly cheap!

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Sant'Anatolia di Narco, Italy

Absolute best vintage shopping, boutiques, furniture and art!!
Amazing prices. better than any LA boutique will offer.

This is where American Rag and What Goes Around Comes Around (famous LA stores) buy their vintage and charge almost triple the price!

Every first Sunday of the month.

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San Francisco, California, USA

A great place to run the perfect 5k around the entire stadium and golf course. If you run past the stadium into the golf course to JPL, the run becomes about 6 miles roundtrip. Restrooms available on both ends of the stadium. Plenty of parking at no charge. Ample time to run is 6am for less crowds or 6pm a large crowd.

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Fountain

Rose Bowl Stadium is fantastic ground for football games. If you are Planning to visit this ground then you stay at Lincoln Motel. For reservation or any booking query visit at http://www.lincolnmotelpasadena.com

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San Carlos, California, USA

A great place to watch a football or soccer game -- in a great and accessible neighborhood close to a couple of freeways.

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