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Palm Springs, California: Elvis Presley's Honeymoon House

Elvis and Priscilla spent the first three days of their honeymoon in this "House of Tomorrow" in 1967.

1350 Ladera Circle, Palm Springs, CA
Exit Hwy 111 to N. Palm Canyon Drive, then west on Via Rancho Las Palmas. The fifth right turn is into the tiny Ladera Circle; the Elvis house is straight ahead, at the end. The house is private property so please don't trespass.
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Elvis Presley's Honeymoon House

According to the House website, it is permanently closed as an attraction.

[Sandy Wilder, 05/07/2022]

Elvis Presley's Honeymoon Home.

Elvis Presley's Honeymoon Home

Couldn't get hold of anyone to schedule a tour, despite the website saying it was open through Covid-19. It might have just been sold, that's the only thing I can think of as to why it was just abandoned.

[Karla, 01/04/2021]

Perhaps owner gone for holidays, sheltering in place elsewhere during restrictions. Hard to know...

Elvis home tour.

Elvis Presley's Honeymoon Home

Elvis Presley's Honeymoon Home is still giving tours. $ worth it!

[Betty, 04/28/2018]
Elvis Presley's Honeymoon Home

Attended the Elvis Birthday celebrations last Jan. Recommend attending if possible for Elvis impersonator, other music entertainment, stories from those who knew Elvis and opportunity to take lots of photos. Jan 7, 2017 is the next Celebration.

[Joe Kleinsmith, 01/05/2017]

Elvis home.

Elvis Presley's Honeymoon Home

Neat looking house on a neighborhood cul de sac. Looked as if they planned on having Elvis impersonators stage a walk-through for New Years. After viewing, eat at the nearby Cheeky's for awesome people-watching and food.

[Study Ref, 01/03/2015]

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Giant Marilyn MonroeGiant Marilyn Monroe, Palm Springs, CA - 1 mi.
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In the region:
Rotating House, Snow Creek, CA - 8 mi.

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