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Annual Castle Green Tour

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Holiday Tour at the Castle… Sunday December 3, 2017

Kick off the 2017 Holiday Season at Castle Green!  The wonder of Pasadena’s golden era awaits you, as the Castle celebrates the holidays!  This year our Holiday Tour will be on Sunday, December 3, 2017.

Built in 1898, the Castle was designed by architect Frederick I. Roehrig with influence of Moorish, Spanish and Victorian elements, and has turn of the century glamour and charm.  Today, the Castle has become one of the most cherished historic buildings in Pasadena and remains a majestic centerpiece of the city.

Bring your family and friends and enjoy your own Self-Guided tour of our magnificent building; including 25+ private condominiums, the Penthouse and our iconic Bridge. You will take a step back in time at the historic Castle Green while roaming the 119 year old halls and grounds.

Our preferred caterers will be providing delicious holiday bite size treats from stations throughout our ground floor (while supplies last).

Gates open at 1:00 pm – you can arrive at your convenience through 5:00 pm.


Buy your Tickets Here

 

Tickets will also be available on the day of at the gate at $35.00 each.

Please note that there will be no elevator service for the event.

Parking:
There are two Public Parking structures available:

School House Parking Structure
33 E Green St
Pasadena, CA 91105

Del Mar Station Parking
230 S. Raymond Ave,
Pasadena, CA 91105
*This is also a Metro stop.

Both structures offer 90 minutes free; $6 maximum.

Please note the antique elevator will not be in service during the event. We are handicapable in all rooms of the first floor including tea service in the ballroom, restrooms, sunroom, grand salon, moorish and Turkish rooms, lobby, library and ballroom as well as from veranda and lawn. A ramp is located via the back driveway. Please contact us if you would like more information.

Hope to see you at the Castle!

 

Proceeds from the tour go toward the historic restoration and preservation of the history of Castle Green.