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The Museum Store & Tournament Connection

HOLIDAY HOURS: Wednesday, December 18 through Sunday, January 12

OPEN Noon to 5:00 pm EVERY DAY

 

EXCEPT

Christmas Eve December 24 - Noon to 4:00 pm

Christmas Day December 25 - CLOSED

New Years Eve December 31 - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

New Years Day January 1 - CLOSED

BCS Game Day January 6 - CLOSED

 

The Museum Store at Pasadena Museum of History features the work of over forty local artists, publications on Pasadena and surrounding areas, official Tournament of Roses © quality merchandise, and specialized artwork, gifts, and books relating to the exhibitions and collections of the Museum. All purchases at the Museum Store directly benefit the Pasadena Museum of History’s educational initiatives.

For Artist information, please click here.

Pasadena Style!

Celebrate in Pasadena style with these items from the Museum Store: Rose pendant is a lovely reminder of the City of Roses and our New Year's celebrations; official Tournament of Roses logo bobby pins; elegant Pasadena ballpoint pen.  The Museum Store offers a great selection of Pasadena souvenirs and gift items.  Open 12:00 to 5:00 pm Wednesdays though Sundays.  We will be open 11:00 am to 5:00 pm on December 30 and 11:00 am to 4:00 pm on December 31.  Closed New Year's Day, January 1.

      

Pasadena & Local Area Books

   PMH publications including Early Pasadena by Cedar Phillips, The Rose Bowl by Michelle Turner, and The Way Pasadena Was and Painting the Beautiful by Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen

   Local area books cover Altadena, Arcadia, Eagle Rock, Glendale, La Canada Flintridge, South Pasadena, and many other Southern California communities

Pasadena Rose Parade® and Rose Bowl Game® merchandise

Our Tournament Connection Store has Tournament of Roses© apparel, hats, books, and unique gifts

Special Interest Books & Merchandise

   Local architecture books including features on Greene and Greene, Arts and Crafts, and bungalow style

    Art specific publications with an emphasis on California impressionism and plein air

     Children’s books related to history, art, architecture and historic reproductions of beloved classics

      Gardens focused on Southern California native plants, roses, local trails, the Arroyo Seco

       Locally produced gourmet foods from Little Flower Candy Co., Ellelle Jam, Sierra Madre Candy Company, Jenkin’s Jellies, and E. Waldo Ward Jam

Local Artists' Work

   Various mediums including ceramics, giclees, fine jewelry, oil paintings, photography, prints, and textiles

   Represented artists include Ulla Anobile, Anne Batiste, Cathy Reichel-Clark, Russell Hobbs, Stephen Johnstone, Donna Musser, Dee Nishimoto, Erika Oller, Holly Rittenhouse, Stephen Sher, Damon Siples, and Tim Solliday

Images at left, top to bottom: Arcadia Publications' Early Pasadena; Kandle Kuff by Catherine S. Cowles; Damon Siples bowl.

   

As a benefit of membership, the Museum Store offers 10 to 20% off merchandise to PMH Members.*  Please see the Membership pages on this site or speak to the Museum Store staff for more information on membership and how to join.  Programs related to the store offerings include book signings, Membership Appreciation Days in May and November, and other holiday and special events. Please see the Programs & Events page for more information.

*No additional discounts offered on consignment, clearance, and sales items. Other restrictions may apply
 
Museum Store Hours
Wed - Sun
noon - 5pm
Located in the History Education Center next to the Museum Galleries
Free parking available in the Museum lot Free parking available in the museum lot
Wheelchair accessible Wheelchair accessible
For more information:
Pasadena Museum of History
626.577.1660 , ext 10


NOW AVAILABLE!

Wicked Bean candles

Mount Lowe Railway Then & Now by Michael Patris and Steve Crise; Arcadia Publications.

     


 
 
470 West Walnut Street ~ Pasadena, CA 91103 ~ Ph 626.577.1660 ~ Fax 626.577.1662 ~ info@pasadenahistory.org