Rose Bowl Stadium
The stadium is the proud home of the Tournament of Roses Football Game, UCLA Bruin Football, Americafest Fourth of July Celebration, concerts, religious services, filmings and the world's largest flea market.
Historic Landmark Status
A National Historic Landmark built in 1922 and known mainly for the Tournament of Roses Football Game, the Rose Bowl Stadium has also earned its world-class reputation by hosting five NFL Super Bowl Games, the 1984 Olympic Soccer Matches, the 1994 Men's World Cup, the 1999 Women's World Cup, the 2002, 2006 and 2010 BCS National College Football Championship Games, and the Copa America Centenario to highlight just a few milestones.
Since 1982, UCLA Bruins have called the Rose Bowl Stadium home.
For the first time ever the Rose Bowl Stadium has opened its gates to the public for guided tours. Guests can delight in this unforgettable opportunity, as you have the chance to walk through a National Historic Landmark where countless moments in history have been made. Your tour guide will lead you through behind the scenes locations at the stadium, including the classic stadium seating, original 1922 locker room, the new Terry Donahue Pavilion, the Loge Lounge, the Working Press Box and more. Throughout the tour, you will learn about the iconic history that has taken place here at the Rose Bowl Stadium, from the Four Horsemen of Notre Dame who played here in 1925 to Brandi Chastain's game winning kick in the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup Final. Tours will not only be an outdoor excursion, but a historical learning experience as well. Stop and tour the roses of the iconic stadium that has rightfully earned its title as America's Stadium.
- Arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts
- Allow up to two hours
- Wear comfortable walking shoes
- Check the weather report, part of the tour is outside
- Check the website for blackout dates, tour dates, times and routes are subject to change
- Keep in mind that tour locations are subject to change due to stadium events and current construction projects
Indoor, Capacity: 350 banquet, 500 reception
Indoor, Capacity: 120 banquet, 250 reception
Blue Moon Club Pavilion
Indoor, Capacity: 500 banquet, 1200 reception
Club Lounges Pavilion
Indoor, Capacity: 300 banquet, 500 (reception
Loge Lounge Pavilion
Indoor, Capacity: 150 banquet, 192 reception
Acura Level Pavilion
Indoor,Capacity: 800 banquet, 1,000 reception
Press Box Pavilion
Indoor, Capacity: 150 banquet, 250 reception
Indoor, Capacity: 16 banquet, 30 reception
Outdoor, Capacity: 3,500 banquet, 7500 (reception)
Court of Champions
Outdoor, Capacity: 750 (banquet, 1,500 reception
Outdoor, Capacity: 100 banquet, 500 reception
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