Walkable, Wonderful. South Pasadena.

The celebrated South Pasadena Farmers’ Market is cherished throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

Newcomers will discover our our historic main drag, Mission Street — home to an eclectic mix of merchants. And Fair Oaks Avenue is part of the original Route 66. Here you’ll find a nostalgic soda fountain right alongside trendy cafés, shops and stops.

Canopies of century-old trees line our streets. From Craftsman-style bungalows to modern hilltop mansions to downtown lofts, in SouthPas we’re famous for our arbors and our architecture – including the first transit housing on the Metro Gold Line, Mission Meridian Village.

Arts and culture resonate here. For world-class theatre in an intimate venue, visit the Fremont Centre Theatre. Visual arts come to life on the gallery walls. And regular free concerts and open mic nights occur at the South Pasadena Music Center and Conservatory.

In May, it’s the Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk. Summer brings fireworks and our Fourth of July Parade. In the fall it’s the Clean Air Car Show & Green Living Expo and the Cruz’n for Roses Hot Rod & Classic Car Show. In fact, every New Years Day for over 100 years we’ve had a float in the Tournament of Roses. And every Thursday night, you’ll find entertainment and epicurean delights at our Farmer’s Market.

Just five miles from downtown LA or minutes from Pasadena, we’re easy to find by car. We’re part of the public transit solution, too, with our Metro Gold Line stop at Mission Station. Click here for a great online map!

Come pass some time with us, and see why people come to play — and then they stay. Wonderful. Walkable. South Pasadena.

For more information visit www.SouthPasadena.net