Let's enjoy some fresh morning air on an inspiring guided architectural walking tour of the El Dorado Palms neighborhood (1957-2020) in Indian Wells. Socially-distanced, small groups will be led by mask-wearing docents to ensure a safe, informative and surprising walking tour comprising a 1.5-mile loop. View home exteriors, landscape designs, and a few “backyard oasis” gardens that will open their gates especially for us so we can peek behind the private hedge walls. This is a great way to experience some of the hidden architectural gems of Indian Wells and view homes designed by notable architects including William Cody, Charles Dubois, John Outcault, Charles Doty, John Walling and others. Includes a souvenir map.
Things to Know
Please wear comfortable walking shoes and consider bringing a jacket, hat, water and sunscreen.
The easy walk will be about 1 mile long and will take approximately 1.5 hours.
There are no public restrooms or refreshments on the tour.
Hand sanitizer at check-in. Face coverings required for guests over 2 years old.
We are limiting the number of guests per tour time to allow for proper distancing.
Please arrive on time for your tour and wait in your vehicle if you arrive early. We need time to safely check-in each separate tour group.
Please park at the Miramonte Resort (self-parking is available). Tour check-in will be stationed at the nearby pedestrian gate entry on Indian Wells Lane.
Handicap parking is available.
The organizer of this event is Modernism Week.
Event Check-in Location
Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa, 45000 Indian Wells Lane, Indian Wells, CA 92210
Photo Credits: Bethany Nauert, City of Indian Wells
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