Adam Gilbert is a third generation native of Greater Palm Springs with extensive experience as an attorney. He founded The Firm Commercial, which focuses on commercial real estate, vacation rentals, and other income ventures, and has offices in palm Springs and Palm Desert.
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Random Facts About Palm Springs
Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway or a long-term vacation, Palm Springs is the place for you. With its hot weather and desert landscapes, Palm Springs attracts both celebrities and budget travelers alike. From golf courses to charming mid-century modern rentals, the desert oasis offers something for everyone. And while the city is famous for its nightlife and shopping, there are also plenty of activities for families and the young at heart.
For the culture-minded, there are plenty of cultural and art events in the area. The Cahuilla Museum of Art, for instance, focuses on Cahuilla history and culture. You can also check out their exhibit on Native American sports and participate in an interactive timeline of Cahuilla culture. The museum also sponsors online exhibitions, publishes a newsletter called “The Spirit,” and hosts a variety of cultural events.
The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is one of the most popular attractions in the area. Tickets are $12 for adults and $7 for students. Children under 12 are free, and military personnel and seniors are eligible for discounts. The tramway rides are relatively short, and the spectacular view makes the ride worth it. Guests can also buy cool art-themed souvenirs in the museum’s gift shop.
Celebrities who have lived in Palm Springs include Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, and Elizabeth Taylor. The city has a Walk of Stars, similar to Hollywood’s Hollywood Walk of Fame. The names of celebrities who have lived here are inscribed on stars in the city’s downtown area.