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So There’s a Back to the Future Screening at Doc Brown’s House (The Gamble House) in Pasadena

May 9, 2015 by Brian Champlin

If you’ve never been to The Gamble House in Pasadena, this July might just be the the perfect time.

Art enthusiasts will know the The Gamble House as one of the preeminent examples of Craft style architecture in California. The home is a SoCal classic, built in 1908, by the architectural firm of Greene & Greene and officially receiving historic landmark designation in 1978.

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Of course film buffs know The Gamble House as the place where Doc Brown came up with the idea for the flux capacitor and where Marty takes refuge after traveling back in time to 1955.

On Saturday July 25 history and pop culture will be celebrated together with a special screening of Back to the Future on The Gamble House Lawn.

Event-goers heartily encouraged to come dressed as their favorite BTTF characters. 🙂

Tickets for the event are $50. Here’s what that gets you…

  • Tour of the Gamble House
  • Back to the Future movie screening on the Gamble House lawn (bring a blanket, popcorn is free!)
  • DeLorean car exhibit courtesy of DeLorean Motor Company, California
  • Pie n’ Burger Food Truck
  • Photo Booth

The screening event / lawn party will take place on Saturday July 25th from 6:00pm – 10:00pm.

The Gamble House is located at 4 Westmoreland Pl, Pasadena, California 91103

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