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Sunnylands, a 200-acre midcentury modern estate, opened March 2012 for high-level retreats of leaders seeking solutions. The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to building international understanding...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
37977 Bob Hope Dr, Rancho Mirage, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92270-2008
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Somehow, this experience makes the whole desert appeal make sense and come to life. Especially if you go in January. It's a 200 acre sanctuary (literally, for the birds) that was the winter estate for the Walter Annenberg's (Reagan "kitchen cabinet"), that was dubbed the...More
I would not necessarily say Sunnylands is anything particularly unusual as a garden. But the symmetrical plant design and clean beds make it a beautiful location on a 70 to 80 degree date to wander the gardens then sit on one of their benches to...More
Mildly interesting and solidly beautiful grounds without the tour. With the tour, you get a glimpse of how the rich, powerful and famous people lived in the mid-century world on the Annbergs. Complete with a double nine hole golf course, Sunnylands is a dream sequence...More
We brought out of town guests to tour the gardens and have lunch on the patio. To say they were impressed with the facility is a massive understatement. The salad and sandwiches from the cafe were fresh and delicious, and the coffee was even served...More
Check for availability of the tours. If you are in the Palm Springs area you can still stop by and walk some of the grounds. THE official tour is 90 mln. The groups are 6 people at a time. Check their website but this residence...More
I'd been visiting Rancho Mirage for years in the winter and didn't know how fabulous the Sunnylands estate is until we went there. If you're going to be in the area you should definitely visit Sunnylands. The house, the grounds, the furniture and accessories and...More
was here previously to see the garden but really wanted to tour the house. you are taken by shuttle to the house on a very large impressive property. The architecture is mid century modern with wide open views. The furnishings are intimate but the history...More
Publisher of TV Guide. And other magazines ambassador to England, and great Philanthropist, Walter Annenberg built this magnificent estate, and now conference center for world leaders. It is an incredible place. The gardens are free, and it does cost to tour the house, but do...More
I think if you are a historical beautiful site-for the pubic/.a price of $100 for 2 people is very high to look at copies of artwork & some guest rooms & celebrity pictures .the staff is wonderful but the place is just to elitist /the...More
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Normally Sunnylands sells tickets one month in advance for tours--don't miss the posting online because they sell out quickly. I don't see a ticket option on the Modernism ticket website. Go to the Sunnyland website or call... More
Normally Sunnylands sells tickets one month in advance for tours--don't miss the posting online because they sell out quickly. I don't see a ticket option on the Modernism ticket website. Go to the Sunnyland website or call them directly. There are 2 tours, one includes the house and the other is grounds and gardens. Both are fabulous. If you can't score a ticket, stop by anyway. You can walk the area around the visitor center and also the visitor center is pretty great.
The house tour and the visitor centre could both be taken by wheelchair, however there's a golf cart that transports you between the two. As long as you wouldn't have a problem getting into the cart, you should be fine. The... More
The house tour and the visitor centre could both be taken by wheelchair, however there's a golf cart that transports you between the two. As long as you wouldn't have a problem getting into the cart, you should be fine. The house, and the guest accommodations are all on one level. Remember, you can see the grounds and visitor centre anytime, but for the house tour you need to book ahead.