The Gamble House
The Gamble House was designed in 1908 by Pasadena architects, Greene & Greene as the winter residence for David and Mary Gamble. The Gamble House is the finest example of early 20th-century Craftsman architecture. It is preserved with all of its original furnishings which were also designed by the architects. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Gamble House tours (one-hour tours, specialty and group) are offered on Tuesdays, and Thursdays through Sundays. Please view the ticketing calendar for date and time availability.
Gardens & Gables: Exploring the Gamble House Outdoors
The Gamble House has developed a special one-hour tour of the house’s grounds and exterior. Your guide will lead an exploration of the house’s context and history throughout the gardens and terraces. Admission is $15.00 per person. Advance tickets are highly recommended.
Greene & Greene Neighborhood Walking Tours
Enjoy a guided walk around the historic Arroyo Terrace neighborhood, a National Register historic district that’s home to nine Greene & Greene houses as well as the works of other noted architects such as Myron Hunt, Edwin Bergstrom, Elmer Grey, and D. M. Renton. Among these are the personal residences of Myron Hunt and of Charles Greene, whose house evolved between 1902 and 1915 as his family grew and his design ideas matured. The tour will also visit the elegant Greene and Greene-designed portals and gates of Westmoreland Place. Admission is $17.00 per person. Advance tickets are highly recommended.
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