$18 – $43

Pasadena Heritage Spring Lecture and Home Tour "Historic Homes and Gorgeous...

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Spring Home Tour: Historic Homes & Gorgeous Gardens

Sunday, March 31, 2019, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Multiple Locations / Drive-Yourself / Docent-guided interior stops at multiple locations throughout Pasadena.

Tickets: $38 members / $43 non-members / Day of Tickets: $48 everyone.


Tour extraordinary historic homes and gorgeous gardens as Pasadena Heritage presents architectural and landscape design spanning more than 8 decades. Tour guests will experience noteworthy architecture and landscape design that influence each other and combine to create perfect harmony. From “curb appeal” to private interiors, visitors will enjoy places that clearly demonstrate the beauty of indoor-outdoor living blended seamlessly together.

Guests will drive themselves to each location where docents will provide guided tours of interior and exterior features. Homes are not ADA accessible. Some locations are extremely rustic in nature with narrow paths and steep terrain. Bees will be present in the gardens. No dogs except required by law.


Lecture by Busch Garden's historian Michael Logan: The History of Pasadena’s Busch Gardens

Thursday, March 28, 2019: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Tickets: $18 members / $22 non-members / Day of Tickets: $25 everyone


Prior to the tour, on Thursday, March 28that 7:00 pm, Michael Logan, Busch Gardens researcher and historian, will speak about Pasadena’s historic Busch Gardens. Industrialist and co-founder of the Anheiser-Busch Corporation, Adolphus Busch, and his wife Lily, bought a winter home on Orange Grove Boulevard in 1904, and immediately began working with a prominent landscape architect to beautify their property. They installed rare and exotic plants and trees, created fanciful water features, and turned the floor of the Arroyo into a botanical wonderland. In 1905 they opened their garden to the public, and Busch Gardens became a major tourist attraction until its closing in 1938. In his presentation, Mr. Logan matches historic images to their same exact locations a century later. The lecture will take place at Maranatha High School, 169 S. St. John Ave., and free parking is available.

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