Palm Springs, CA

The Palm Springs Historical Society continues to offer walking tours to the public every day of the week.

Starting at 9:30am daily, the Historical Society offers 10 distinct walking tours ranging from visiting Frank Sinatra and Cary Grant’s old neighborhood in the Movie Colony, to experiencing vintage inns that stars like Joan Crawford, Queen Latifa, and Miley Cyrus stayed in.

For those looking to learn more about the trendy Uptown Design District, discover the history and architecture that make up the “Three Eras of Revival,” in this unique and vibrant part of Palm Springs.

Each tour costs $25 and lasts between 1.5 to 2.5 hours.

If walking with a private group is more your thing, the Historical Society can provide tailored tours with a vehicle and driver to showcase architectural gems and Palm Springs highlights for special pricing.

Per their website, “The Palm Springs Historical Society is a non-profit organization established in 1955 by Melba Berry Bennett. The Society operates two museums and a Research Center at the Welwood Murray Memorial Library.”

For more information on the Palm Springs Historical Society’s Walking Tours, click here.

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By Eric Gray

Eric Gray reports on Palm Springs news.