Lobby Transformation Gives Visitors a Taste of America’s New Year Celebration®

Guests visiting the new Tournament of Roses® lobby will have no problem visualizing New Year’s Day in Pasadena. Replacing the original office lobby added to the back of Wrigley Mansion in the 1960s and having undergone previous renovations throughout the years, the new lobby features a neutral, modern color palate and innovative use of technology.

Showcasing the Tournament of Roses’ signature events, the lobby features two paneled murals backlit by 24 LED light panels: one of the Rose Parade® located to the right of the entrance and one of the Rose Bowl Game® behind the front CaesarStone counter. New features also include two large TV monitors and a wall of memorabilia.

Similar to a stamp of approval, the Association seal can be found amid the Terrazzo floor – a process that took two weeks to construct and install.

Wrigley Mansion (also known as Tournament House) has served as the headquarters of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses since 1958 when the Wrigley family presented the mansion to the city of Pasadena with the request that it become the base operations for the Tournament of Roses.

Tournament House is open to the public for free guided tours every Thursday from February through August. The Tournament office is open year round, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Can’t wait until New Year’s Day to experience the magic of America’s New Year Celebration? Stop by the lobby to see the transformation!

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