Was looking for something to do on a cloudy day in Palm Springs so we decided to take this tour last minute. It was off season so we were one of 2 couples on the tour. We were lucky and were picked up at our...More
Focus on the scenery and history of Palm Springs without worrying about navigation during this coach tour of Palm Springs. Hear stories of famous residents such as Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole, and Marilyn Monroe from you guide; drive by landmark homes; and gain insight into the region’s history, dating back to Native Americans. Enjoy a stop at the Windmill Market to taste the popular date milkshake.
Meet your tour bus at a central Palm Springs departure location. Climb aboard and find a comfortable seat to take in the sights, leaving the directions and navigation to the driver. There’s no need to rent a car or rely on GPS on this worry-free tour.
Drive past a bevy of celebrity homes belonging to people such as Nat King Cole, Liberace, Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and Elizabeth Taylor. Listen to facts, figures, and tales of the legends, their homes, and the lives they led.
Make a stop at Windmill Market to taste a local favorite, the date milkshake, made from dates grown in Palm Springs.
Walk away from the tour with a new understanding of Palm Springs, including its history, which dates back to Native Americans, and what it has to offer today’s visitors.
Enjoy convenient drop-off at your original departure point.
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Loved the excursion. Our guide Jeff was a WikiPedia of knowledge for Palm Springs. He had good stories and some personal ones to throw in too. My only suggestion would be to stay at the home for a few seconds longer for pictures to be...More
Fun tour to learn about Palm Springs and see celebrity homes and I hear stories about how the now deceased stars lived. Not too many newer stars living there today. I wish the tour would’ve included the tour inside Elvis’ home because seeing the outside...More
My wife and I live in SoCal, but decided to get away to Palm Desert for a short break. We Googled "Things to do in Palm Desert," and the celebrity home tour was listed. We didn't want to pay $49 for an tour, but we...More