|Art Galleries||Golf and the Palm Springs Nightlife, Art is the big attraction in the Palm Springs area. There are over a hundred galleries to choose from and many are widely recognized for their ability to showcase the 'up and coming' in the art world ...more|
Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley boast some of the newest and most beautiful casinos in all of Southern California. Here you will enjoy the new Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs, Casino Morongo, Fantasy Springs Casino, Agua Caliente Casino, Spotlight 29 Casino
Stroll along El Paseo, a unique shopper's paradise located in the heart of Palm Desert, and find over 300 delightful discoveries including fashion, accessories, dining, home furnishings, jewelry and art. On El Paseo, there truly are treasures
What skiing is to Aspen and gambling is to Las Vegas, Golf is to Palm Springs. With over a hundred
Fifteen miles long, Palm Canyon is one of the great beauty spots in Western North America. Its indigenous flora and fauna are breathtaking contrasts to the stark, rocky gorges and barren desert lands beyond. Visit the Trading Post for hiking maps, refreshments, Indian art and artifacts, jewelry and conversational cultural lore.
The nearly 800,000 acre park encompasses some of the most interesting geologic displays found in California's deserts. Arroyos, playas, alluvial fans, bajadas, pediments, desert varnish, granites, aplite, and gneiss interact to form a giant desert mosaic of immense beauty and complexity.
Magnificent cats. Howling wolves. Breathtaking botanical gardens. Stroll, hike, dine and shop amid 1200 acres of scenic trails and exhibits. When you visit the African wildlife exhibits at The Living Desert, you will see some of the most unique and fascinating fauna found in what most people think as the “wasteland” of the world: the desert.
The Moorten Botanical Gardens boasts 3,000 examples of desert cacti and plants grouped by geographic regions: Arizona, Baja California, California, Colorado, the Mojave desert, the Sonora desert, South Africa, arid South America, and Texas. Outdoor collections include agaves, bombax
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The Palm Springs Air Museum is dedicated to the restoration, preservation and operation of America's legendary fighters, bombers and trainer. It contains one of the world's largest collections of flying WWII airplanes. The significance of World War Two is unparalleled in all of the history of the world in that it was the greatest, most costly conflict ever fought, taking the lives of more than 70 million people. It was Air Power that altered the outcome of that war and forever changed the lives of every person alive today.
The 125,000-square-foot Palm Springs Art Museum's permanent collections include 20th-century modern and contemporary art, Western American and Native American art, Mesoamerican artifacts, miniatures, two sculpture gardens with an international
The Palm Springs Convention Center provides a casual but elegant ambience for conventions, exhibitions and trade shows year round. On forty magnificent acres just three blocks from chic downtown amenities and
The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies is a three-hour, razzle-dazzle, song and dance vaudeville-style extravaganza showcasing the music and dance of the 30s and 40s with one amazing difference - each of the cast
Ascend 8,000 in the world's largest rotating tramcars. It is forty degrees colder at the top and a completely different world (more like the Smokey Mountains) than Palm Springs below. Great hiking, horse back riding, in winter, cross contry skiing and, of course, incredible views
The weather is fabulous in Palm Springs because of one reason - the San Jacinto Mountains. Rising nearly vertically 9,000 feet beside Palm Springs, it is one of the steepest climbs in North America and the reason why the rain (and pollution) in Los Angeles can't get here!
Most people don't realize that Newport and Laguna Beach are a short 90 minute drive from Palm Springs! It's a great way to experience the best of both Southern California worlds