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Random Facts About Palm Springs
You might be wondering where to shop in Palm Springs. Fortunately, there are a few places you can visit while you’re there. There’s the Desert Fashion Plaza mall, which opened in 1967 and was originally a gas station. It was scheduled for demolition, but was saved for its unusual architectural style. The center offers information about the city and its history. Visitors can also explore the giant mountains that surround the city and the kite-shaped roof.
Nearby the city center, the Salton Sea is a shallow lake that was once a famous resort town. As the lake began to recede, the area has undergone a major transformation. Now, this area is a beautiful place to watch the sunrise. Anza-Borrega State Park and Salvation Mountain are located in the area. If you’re looking for a place to stay, Palm Springs is a great option.
For golfers, the region is known as a golf mecca. Several courses are located in the city, including the Mountain Course at the La Quinta Resort and Club and Arnold Palmer’s Classic Course at SilverRock. You can even stay near one of these courses, which makes it easier to play more than one course while in Palm Springs. With so many courses to choose from, you’ll surely find a course to suit your skill level.
There’s much more to see and do in Palm Springs than just deserted deserts. The town’s affluent history is also reflected in its museums, parks, and historical sites. For art lovers, there’s the Palm Springs Art Museum, which features works by modern and early 20th century artists. Other museums include the Palm Springs Natural Science Museum and the Annenberg Theater. If you’re looking for something a little more educational, try visiting the Crochet Museum.