Join us for an entertaining stroll through Palm Springs, enjoy tours full of history, fun stories, famous architecture and intrigue!
The Palm Springs Historical Society offers historical tours focusing on Palm Springs’ historic neighborhoods, distinguished by a combination of the celebrities and local pioneers who called them home and the architects and builders who shaped their development.
All proceeds from our historical tours benefit The Palm Springs Historical Society, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization since 1955. We look forward to sharing our knowledge with you.
The Society operates two museums and a Research Library.
The McCallum Adobe (built in 1884) and the Cornelia White House (built in 1893) are the two oldest buildings in Palm Springs. The Welwood Murray Memorial Library (1940) is the archives and research library.
Receive news and announcements from Palm Springs straight to your inbox