$95 (1 hr) — 6 homes on this tour
A mesmerizing midcentury extravaganza unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before!
This is the event everyone is talking about, and it’s back—Cul-de-Sac A-Go-Go! And this year it has special significance, since it takes place in the identical Canyon View Estates cul-de-sac next to where Don’t Worry Darling (Warner Bros. Pictures) was filmed (and some scenes were shot right here!).
From the moment you enter this secluded circle in the iconic Canyon View Estates community of South Palm Springs, you're transported back to the late 1960s, with six intact William Krisel-designed homes on tour, a curated collection of classic vehicles in the carports and driveways, and Hullabaloo-style go-go platforms for our very own Cul-de-Sac Dancers to shake things up. Period music, high fashion models, and some special surprises make this an event you won't forget!
You'll marvel at the architectural details of the homes that define midcentury Palm Springs Modern style—the innovative double gable roofs with clerestory windows all around, the patterned concrete block, the elegant stone fronts, and the unique decor that each homeowner has adapted to their lifestyle.
Everyone leaves with a Cul-de-Sac A-Go-Go! souvenir booklet—filled with history, photos and vintage ads—and a smile on their face! There are 5 event sessions, approximately one hour each. Come dressed and ready to pose, this is social media catnip!
Proceeds will be used for permanent signage and to expand our transition to sustainable and architecturally sensitive drought-tolerant landscaping.
Things to Know
Please arrive at the time on your ticket.
We encourage you to come dressed in your favorite '60s attire.
There are six (6) homes on tour.
This event is for all ages.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Ample parking nearby on Sierra Madre and Granada.
The organizer of this event is Canyon View Estates HOA #4.
Event Check-in Location
480 Alto Circle, Palm Springs, CA 92264
Photo Credits: David A. Lee Photography, JevPic Photography, Ammar Talic, Bobby Dezarov
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