Group relaxing mid-tour at Arrive Hotel (Chris Pardo, Architect)
Why PS Architecture Tours?
Trevor is a passionate, experienced and engaging architecture enthusiast who loves sharing his deep knowledge of Palm Springs architecture and history with visitors from all over the world. He earned rave reviews guiding tours with Robert Imber at Palm Springs Modern Tours before forming a new company with a contemporary focus and a broader range of professional services. If you're looking for a friendly, informative and accommodating tour professional who can help you get the most out of your Palm Springs visit, you've come to the right place. For candid input from other tour guests, please see Trevor's reviews on Tripadvisor.
What is the price?
The price for the popular daily scheduled tour is $85 per person, payable by cash, Visa or MasterCard. Private tours start at $425 and usually involve additional fees for interior access. Rates for groups vary depending on size and itinerary.
What vehicle do you use?
We tour in a clean, roomy, comfortable Honda minivan with leather seats, large windows and ample air conditioning. No microphones or loudspeakers; just a friendly, personal conversation with no more than five or six guests.
Where does the tour start?
This summer we're meeting at Ernest Coffee, a wonderful coffee shop by day and fun tiki bar by night: 1101 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262. Beginning in September, we'll be moving to a permanent location in a fabulous new modern home furnishings and design shop in the heart of Palm Springs.
Are you licensed?
You bet. By the The California Public Utilities Commission. The state goes out of its way to make sure that your interests are protected with rigorous insurance and safety regulations. License # PSG0033873
Is the tour appropriate for children?
This tour is an in-depth exploration of architecture and history. It is appropriate for anyone who can sustain focused attention for over 2 and 1/2 hours. We don't recommend bringing toddlers or infants, although accommodations can be made on a case-by-case basis. California law requires that all children under 8 years of age must have an approved safety seat (supplied by parents).