Tournament House and Wrigley Gardens
Wrigley Mansion & Gardens
The Italian Renaissance-style mansion was presented to the City of Pasadena in 1958 by the Wrigley family with the understanding that it would become the permanent headquarters for the Tournament of Roses, and so today it is known as the Tournament House. Surrounding the Tournament House are the Wrigley Gardens, which feature floral displays that span four and a half acres and more than 1,500 varieties of roses, camellias and annuals.
TIP: Pay special attention to the rose varieties, one pink variety, in particular, is resistant to black spots, white powder, and rust. They are known as the Tournament of Roses Rose, they were developed by William Warriner for the Tournament of Roses centennial.
Free Tours of the Tournament House
NOTE: Tournament of Roses is suspending public tours of the Tournament House
The Pasadena Tournament of Roses is suspending public tours of Tournament House for the season, regularly scheduled on Thursday afternoons. The Tournament of Roses’ number one priority is the health and safety of all of our guests, participants, volunteers and staff.
February through August, Thursday at 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm.
- No reservations.
- Guests are asked to arrive ten minutes prior to the tour.
- Groups of 10+, contact the Tournament of Rose Association at (626) 449-4100.
- Exclusive to Pasadena
- Historic Building
- Indoor Venue
- Outdoor Venue