F-117 Nighthawk – Warbird Wednesday Episode #113

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Top Family-Friendly Activities in Palm Springs

Planning a family vacation to Palm Springs is easy. The city has a number of family-friendly attractions and activities. Many of Palm Springs’ top attractions are family-owned. The city is so family-friendly that first-generation residents fell in love with it and became passionate about it. You can enjoy the desert lifestyle right alongside your children when you visit the area. Read on for some of the top family-friendly activities in Palm Springs. Also, check out these must-see attractions while visiting Palm Springs:

Palm Springs is an extremely picturesque desert town. The San Jacinto Mountains provide an enchanting backdrop for a variety of activities. The living desert zoo and gardens provides a valuable education on conservation of the area’s wildlife. There are cheetahs, giraffes, jaguars, and ostriches among other animals. If you want to learn more about the city’s history, visit the Palm Springs Visitors Center.

While you’re in Palm Springs, be sure to visit the local museum. The Palm Springs General Store Museum is a fantastic place for families to visit. The museum showcases thousands of nostalgic items, from primitive tools to an extensive collection of lunchboxes. And if you’re looking for family-friendly attractions, don’t forget to visit the Antique Galleries of Palm Springs. There you’ll find a treasure trove of one-of-a-kind lamps and barware.

Native Cahuilla people named Palm Springs Se-Khi. The area was originally part of the Agua Caliente Reservation. The land was laid out in a checkerboard pattern, with non-reservation sections granted to the Southern Pacific Railroad as an incentive to bring rail lines through the Sonoran Desert. The hot springs were first noted by California soldier and explorer Jose Maria Estudillo. A few years later, it was named as the Palm Springs National Recreation Area, after a nearby mountain.

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