Tour 7 - Frank Sinatra's Neighborhood
Friday 9:30 am
The Movie Colony
This tour affords a visual feast blending classic Spanish Colonial Revival with the sleek midcentury Modern designs by the renowned E. Stewart Williams, Donald Wexler and William Cody
The Movie Colony neighborhood began in the 1930s with the beautiful El Mirador Hotel as its centerpiece. After WWII Frank Sinatra made it “his” neighborhood when his home, known as “Twin Palms,” became party central. Neighbors Jack Benny, Tony Curtis, Cary Grant and many other stars enjoyed this charming and prestigious area.
Approximately 2.5 hours
Meet at the corner of E Via Colusa and Hermosa Drive.
The Movie Colony Neighborhood
Bring: Please bring proof of purchase (show digital email or print out ticket receipt).
Wear comfortable shoes, bring water, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat is advised.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO - COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL
Please be advised no bathroom facilities on tours.
No Refunds - Read the FAQ page for more details about the walking tours.
Free neighborhood street parking.