I pass by this Palace almost weekly. It is so refreshing to see a surviving example of Old Pasadena. Back when this was really Millionaires row.
(In the days of the Robber Barons, from say 1850 to 1930. A Million Dollars was worth about 200...更多
The Wrigley House is open only on Thursday afternoons. The gardens are just a short walk from the TOWN and still capture the aura of a stately garden surrounding a large home. A short stroll circumnavigates the mansion. Azaleas and other spring bloomers were beautiful....更多
This lovely rose garden is just a short walk from Old Town, but it seems miles away. It was very peaceful on a Sunday morning and even in October, most of the roses were in bloom. If you want to get a bit of exercise,...更多
Built by Wrigley in 1929 and later donated to the Tournament of Roses, this 18,000 square foot house can only be seen by guided tours which are free. Visitors are given an excellent tour by friendly and knowledgeable guides. The house has displays about past...更多
We were lucky being in the area on a Thursday when the free tours of the Wrigley home are offered at 2 & 3 pm. Tour is about an hour long and covers both floors of the house along with an 8 minute introductory movie....更多
We stopped here on our way to Oregon. It was on a Wed. so we didn't get to do the tour of the home. The grounds are beautiful - lots of roses in full bloom. The people we encountered were very nice and helpful. I...更多
The rose gardens at the Wrigley estate are pleasant to walk through this time of year with Roses in bloom. We like to wander the paths and areas. Very picturesque. Can also tour the Wrigley mansion if time allows. Nice pastoral aside when visiting Pasadena....更多