The Gamble House


4 Westmoreland Place, Pasadena

The Gamble House was built in 1908 by architects Greene & Greene as the Pasadena winter home of the Gamble family of Procter and Gamble. This National Historic Landmark is an exceptional example of Craftsman architecture, exhibiting exquisite wood surfaces and joinery and the integration of architecture, landscape, and furnishings. Since the family’s gift of the Gamble House to the City of Pasadena in 1966, generations of the public have come to discover and enjoy it.

MOTA Day 2023 Activities:

  • Kids and adults can play lawn games and enjoy a hands-on crafts table
  • 34 cent postcards for sale in the Bookstore to help celebrate MOTA’s 34th year
  • Presentation and book signing at 1:00pm by authors Darryl Holter and Stephen Ge for their new book, Driving Force: Automobiles and the New American City, 1900-1930
  • The first and second floors will be open for a self-guided walk-through
  • Picnics are welcome on the lawn
  • Volunteer docents will be on hand to answer questions indoors

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