In the 1940s, a Rose Bowl Hall of Fame and Museum resided in the modern-day administrative building at the Stadium, located just near Tunnel 28.

In the 1940s, a Rose Bowl Hall of Fame and Museum resided in the modern-day administrative building at the Stadium, located just near Tunnel 28.

Heritage Recognition and Protection

Through the Legacy Foundation’s Heritage Recognition Program, the inspirational and leadership moments of the Stadium’s history are displayed through statues, monuments, historical markers, strategic imagery around the venue, and museum-like exhibits. A philanthropic gift can help complete or highlight a specific project.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ROSE BOWL’S COMMEMORATIVE STATUE GUIDELINES AND POLICY.

Protecting the countless inspirational moments of a near-century of history will be a catalyst for the venue’s future. The leadership moments experienced at the Rose Bowl Stadium will provide educational and cultural influence to the next generation of visitors, while elevating the memorable moments that have authored the history at this National Historic Landmark.


 "This is the mecca. This is the mansion at the end of the yellow brick road.  For anyone who is a college football fan, this is where you want to be - The Rose Bowl in Pasadena." 
  - Keith Jackson, the ultimate voice of college football for 56 years

 
 
 

 

Are you ready to INSPIRE?