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Walk of StarsPalm Springs has its own Walk of Stars in downtown where 'stars' are embedded in the sidewalk, including Sophia Loren, President Gerald Ford, Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor, Bob Hope and more.
Palm Springs Celebrity StreetsWhen driving through Palm Springs and other desert cities, one will find several of the streets are named after stars, such as Frank Sinatra Drive, Dinah Shore Drive and Bob Hope Drive.
Elvis and PricillaElvis and Priscilla honeymooned in Palm Springs. You can take a tour of the famous Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway.
Palm Springs ToursYou can take a celebrity tour of Palm Springs to see where the stars lived and played in Palm Springs.
Copley'sCopley's Restaurant is Cary Grant’s former estate.
Celebrity GolfThere are several celebrity golf tournaments named after Hope, Sinatra and singer Dinah Shore.
Bob Hope's HouseYou can see comedian Bob Hope’s oyster-shaped dome house where he lived with his wife Dolores in Palm Springs.
Melvyn’s RestaurantThe Rat Pack and several other stars often partied and dined at Melvyn’s Restaurant located in the Ingleside Inn.
Sony BonoThe city's longtime mayor was Sonny Bono, the '60s pop star once married to Oscar-winning actress Cher.
Riviera HotelSeveral stars stayed at the El Mirador Hotel (now Desert Regional Medical Center), played tennis at the Racquet Club and enjoyed the pools and glamour of The Riviera Resort.
Historic Plaza Theatre The historic Plaza Theatre is the scene of many Jack Benny radio broadcasts in the '40s as well as a Hollywood premiere or two. It also hosted The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies.
Ocean's ElevenThe filming of part of "Oceans Eleven" in Palm Springs brought both modern stars and old memories to Palm Springs' film colony.
Casa CodyCasa Cody was Charlie Chaplin's hangout, while the Ingleside Inn has hosted Greta Garbo, Elizabeth Taylor and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Willows Historic InnThe Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn has had Albert Einstein and many celebrities stay overnight.
Palm Springs WeekendCatch Spring Break fever…watch the 1963 movie, Palm Springs Weekend.
Cheetah the ChimpCheeta the Chimp… Tarzan’s co-star still lives in Palm Springs.
Lady GagaMany top line entertainers perform at Jeffrey Sanker’s White Party.
HGTVPalm Springs is so Film Friendly that HGTV has filmed several episodes such as “House Hunters” and “The Outdoor Room”, and “Hidden Palms” a TV series, was filmed here as well.