There’s a reason more than a million people a year visit Palm Springs, California. Palm Springs, California is a tourist attraction because of its plentiful offerings for things to do. The city features more than 130 places to find accommodations from modest motels to upscale resorts. There are also more than a hundred restaurants, so you’re sure to find something to fill you up, no matter your taste or budget. There are art galleries, museums, botanical gardens, and water parks. You can go hiking or biking in the great outdoors, indulge in a shopping excursion, paper yourself in the spa, spend the day on the course, or enjoy one of the nine area parks managed by the city. No matter your age or interest, there’s always something to do in Palm Springs, California. Here are just a few.
👨👩👧👦 Palm Springs Visitors’ Center
Palm Springs Visitors’ Center is the perfect starting point for your adventures in Palm Springs. The Palm Springs Visitors’ Center is located at 2901 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, California 92262. For additional information, call 760-778-8418. There’s also a Welwood Murray Memorial Library & Visitor Center located at 100 South Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs, California 92262. For additional information about this location, call 760-323-8296.
🚡 Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is your opportunity to get a bird’s eye-view of the community of Palm Springs, California. It’s also the largest rotating tramway in the world. Enjoy a two-and-a-half-mile journey over the Chino Canyon cliffs to Mt. San Jacinto State Park. 1 Tram Way Palm Springs, California 92262. For more information, call (888) 515-8726.️
✈ The Palm Springs Air Museum
The Palm Springs Air Museum is a paradise for plane lovers. Explore aircraft, most of which are still flyable, used in WWII, Korean war, and the Vietnam war. The Palm Springs Air Museum is located at 745 N. Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs, California 92262. For additional information, call 760-778-6262.️
Palm Springs Art Museum is where residents and visitors go who appreciate visual arts. The museum features permanent and rotating exhibits from local and international artists. Palm Springs Art Museum is located at 101 N Museum Dr, Palm Springs, California 92262. For additional information, call 760-322-4800.
🌲Moorten Botanical Garden
Moorten Botanical Garden is your opportunity to break away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and relax in the presence of magnificently manicured botanical gardens. Moorten Botanical Garden is located at 1701 S Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, California 92264. For additional information, call 760-327-6555.
Indian Canyons is a sacred place to the Cahuilla Indians who thrived in the area for thousands of years. Today, you can visit historic trails, house hits, food preparation areas, rock art, and more. Indian Canyons is located at 38500 S Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, California 92264-9332. For additional information, call 760-323-6018.
🏞 Coachella Valley Preserve
Coachella Valley Preserve is an opportunity for you to explore the natural elements of Palm Springs, at no charge. Natural areas include desert wilderness, trails, and and wildlife. Enjoy hiking, biking, or taking photographs of the local scenery, plants, and animals. There are also guided tours available. Coachella Valley Preserve is located at 29200 Thousand Palms Canyon Road, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, California. For more information, call 760-343-1234.
🏬 Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Canyon Drive is a staple in the community worth visiting, if for no other reason but to say you have. Described as the heart of downtown, this area is peppered with shopping malls and restaurants. Palm Canyon Drive is located at 268 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, California.
There are movie theaters, bowling alleys, skating rinks, laser tag arenas, miniature golf, and escape games, and almost any other form of recreational entertainment you can imagine, which is why so many people flock to the area each year, and why more than 46,000 people have nestled in to call Palm Springs their home. Take a self or professionally guided tour of Joshua Tree National park, the San Andreas Fault, an outlet shopping day trip, or a wine-tasting adventure. There’s also a bustling nigh-life where you can grab a few drinks and kick up your heels until the wee hours of the Palm Parings night. No matter your age or interest, whether you’re looking for thrill-seeking fun outdoors or calming relaxation inside, there’s always something fun for you to do in Palm Springs, California.
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