Built in 1922, the Rose Bowl is a National Historic Landmark. Known mainly for the annual New Year’s Tournament of Roses Football Game, the stadium is also the proud home of UCLA Bruin football, Fourth of July celebrations, concerts, religious services, and the World's Largest Flea Market.
The Rose Bowl Stadium has hosted five NFL Super Bowl Games, Olympic events (1932 & 1984), the Men’s World Cup (1994), Women’s World Cup (1999), BCS National College Football Championship Games (2002 & 2006) and many other events.
The Rose Bowl is located in the Central Arroyo of Arroyo Seco Natural Park.
Google Maps directions to the Rose Bowl.
For Rose Bowl Stadium information visit: http://www.rosebowlstadium.com/.
Located on the western side of Pasadena near CA-134 & I-210 freeways, many roads lead to the Arroyo Seco Natural Park. Three main entrances provide automobile access to the park and numerous trails along the eastern and western edges of the park provide additional access from neighborhoods and surrounding communities.
Directions to Arroyo Seco Natural Park provided by GoogleMaps