About the Rose Bowl
The Rose Bowl Stadium is located at 1001 Rose Bowl Drive in Pasadena, California. It resides in the 91103 zip code.
The Rose Bowl Stadium has a capacity of 92,542.
Ground broke in 1921, with the stadium officially opening on October 8, 1922.
The Rose Bowl Stadium is home to the UCLA Bruins of NCAA college football, and the CFP semifinal Rose Bowl game.
The 210, 110 and 134 Freeways are the primary routes taken when driving to the Rose Bowl Stadium.
From the North via the 210 Freeway (North San Fernando and Santa Clarita)
Take 210 East and exit at Berkshire, Arroyo/Windsor or Lincoln Avenue/Washington Boulevard. Proceed to parking lots as directed.
From the South via the 110 Freeway (Downtown Los Angeles)
Take 110 North and merge onto the 5 North. Merge onto 2 North then 210 East. Exit at Berkshire, Arroyo/Windsor or Lincoln Avenue/Washington Boulevard. Proceed to parking lots as directed.
From the East via the 210 Freeway (San Gabriel Valley/Inland Empire)
Take 210 West and stay right toward San Fernando. Exit at Seco/Mountain, Lincoln Avenue or Arroyo/Windsor. Proceed to parking lots as directed.
From the West via the 134 Freeway (San Fernando Valley)
Exit on Linda Vista/San Rafael and make a right on San Rafael Avenue. Make a left on Colorado Boulevard and stay right under the bridge onto Linda Vista Avenue. Make a right onto Salvia Canyon and proceed to parking lots as directed.
The city of Pasadena offers general parking in Lot H, Brookside Park and the Golf Course near the Rose Bowl. All lots open six hours prior to kickoff. Parking is typically $25 at game day events
RV parking is available on West Drive and is $50 on game day only
Bus parking is free in Lot I and offers stacked parking
Parking lots close 90 minutes following the conclusion of the game
Parking is first-come, first-served
In and out privileges are not allowed
Gate Locations and Openings
There are eight gates located around Rose Bowl Stadium and are alphabetically ordered from A-G as well as N. Gate A is located at the easternmost section of the stadium and proceeding gates run counterclockwise around the venue. Gate B is located at the northeastern section the stadium. Gate C is located at the northernmost section of the stadium. Gate D is located at the northwestern section of the stadium. Gate N is the westernmost gate. Gate E is located at the southwestern section of the stadium and is not ADA accessible. Gate F is located at the southernmost section of the stadium. Gate G is located at the southeastern section of the stadium.
All gates are ADA accessible except Gate E.
Small purses and handbags are allowed that are smaller than 14 square inches. Prohibited items include backpacks, bags and umbrellas bigger than that size. Other items that are not allowed in the venue are umbrellas, strollers, banners, signs, flags and plastic drink containers. Random searches of bags by stadium staff may be enforced. Individuals who fail to comply with routine bag checks will not be allowed entrance into Rose Bowl Stadium.