Explore California During the AMTA 2017 National Convention

The AMTA 2017 National Convention is September 14-16 in sunny Pasadena, California! Whether you have a few hours, a few days or a week in Pasadena, here are some suggested itineraries to help you create a uniquely California experience.

Explore California During the AMTA 2017 National Convention

Visit Pasadena

Make sure to visit Pasadena’s must-see locations and attractions such as the Norton Simon Museum, Pacific Asia Museum and Old Pasadena. View itinerary »

Visit Los Angeles

Make the short trip to Los Angeles for more sight seeing and fine dining options. This sample itinerary suggests Universal Studios Hollywood, Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Venice Boardwalk and more. View itinerary »

Architectural Treasures in Pasadena

With 16 historical districts packed into 23 square miles, Pasadena has a wealth of incredible architecture to discover. Take a crash course in architectural style by visiting the city’s cultural and academic institutions, where you’ll see everything from Beaux Arts to Northern Chinese Imperialist.  View itinerary »

Pasadena's Memorable Museums

Pasadena is known for its abundance of renowned cultural institutions, many within walking distance of one another. View itinerary »

Pasadena Shopping Excursions

Find unique treasures and exceptional bargains at retailers ranging from exclusive boutiques and national department stores to flea markets and quaint antique shops. View itinerary »

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