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Random Facts About Palm Springs
There’s more to Palm Springs than the city’s iconic architecture. The town’s history is steeped in the cultural heritage of the Agua Caliente Band, a Native American tribe that works with the city government to preserve its culture. The city’s museums and cultural centers are popular with visitors, and many of them have interesting cultural exhibits and displays. For example, the Palm Springs General Store Museum has thousands of items from days gone by, including primitive tools and lunchboxes. Another great museum in the city is the Antique Galleries of Palm Springs, which is not owned by the city or state, but rather by dozens of local antique vendors. The collection of items is varied, from furniture to jewelry, from collectibles to artifacts that were collected over the years.
Visitors will be intrigued by Palm Springs’ windmill farms. The windmills are an unusual attraction in the city, and are an excellent opportunity to learn about the history of alternative energy. You can also stop at a windmill farm to capture a spectacular photo for your Instagram feed. The best place to capture these photos is off I-10 near the North Indian Canyon Drive exit. Here, you’ll find frontage roads alongside the freeway, and it’s easy to capture the windmills from the air.
The French community has been a huge contributor to Palm Springs’ culinary success. Several French ex-pats have moved to the city and opened up their own restaurants and cafes. Among the many establishments run by the brothers are Sherman’s Deli & Bakery, a deli with a unique approach to food and beverage. Moreover, a gold medal-winning chef has created an award-winning cocktail lounge at the city’s downtown.