Los Angeles News
Rose Bowl to offer public tours of stadium
PASADENA, Calif. (KABC) -- The historic Rose Bowl is wrapping up renovations, and officials are ready to give the public a first look. They will soon start offering public tours of the stadium.
Visitors will be able to walk out onto the field, which the public was not able to do for the past 90 years in the history of the Rose Bowl. But now, because of the behind-the-scenes tour, people will be able to see the view from the field.
"This is probably ... the most special part," said Darryl Dunn of the Rose Bowl. "It's almost like a 'bucket list' item. People go and they throw the football, they kick the field goals."
The pavilion is a brand new part of the stadium and will be completed in a week.
"We've been working on it for two years," Dunn said. "People who go up there can see the behind-the-scenes part of what's in this area."
For more information on the tours, visit http://rosebowlstadium.com.
pasadena, los angeles news, darsha philips
- Malaysia missing jet may have turned back
- Teen survives 5 Fwy crash, killed by traffic 52 min ago
- 2 persons of interest sought in LB attack
- LAPD officer recovering after fatal BH crash
- Stage collapse reported at Servite High School 57 min ago
- Bees attack 71-year-old woman in Palm Desert
- IE WWII Medal of Honor recipient laid to rest
- L.A. man wanted in attempted Banksy theft
- Obama to preserve California federal lands
- abcnews: Teens save man stuck in sewer
- Bond set for mom who drove kids into ocean
- Russia reinforces military presence in Crimea
- Sheila MacRae of 'The Honeymooners' dies
- OTRC: Khloe Kardashian topless in first Vine video