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You probably already know why Pasadena is known as “The City of Roses”: the annual Tournament of Roses, with its world-famous parade and Rose Bowl football game, has been around for over a century and often draws more than one million spectators. But, for those who call Pasadena home, there’s a lot more to life in this city that football and flowers!
Pasadena’s city government places a high priority on being a place where people can easily get around without needing a car. In fact, Pasadena was named the most bike-friendly city in all of Los Angeles County, with 50 miles of designated bike routes. Walkability is also good; particularly in the neighborhoods of Raymond Hill and South Lake, many errands can be accomplished within a short walk. And, if you prefer to use public transportation, you have easy access to MTA buses, the Metro Gold Line, and several routes operated by Pasasdena Transit.
Higher education opportunities also draw a large number of people to Pasadena, particularly world-renowned Caltech and Art Center College of Design. However, if you’ve got younger students in the family, check out top-rated Hamilton Elementary for math, science, and technology, or Norma Coombs Elementary for its strong creative arts programs.
Finally, Pasadena has no shortage of ways to enjoy your free time. From museums like PCMA to Norton Simon, to hiking at Eaton Canyon and beyond, you’re not likely to be bored on the weekend.