Keep Calm & Carry on: A “Brits” experience of WWII – Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

With so many attractions nearby, Palm Springs has something for everyone. Aside from its famous golf courses, Palm Springs has a lot to offer those looking for outdoor adventure. With mountains and canyons nearby, the town is perfect for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and horseback riding. There is also plenty of flat land for golf and tennis enthusiasts. Another popular recreation activity in Palm Springs is swimming. You’ll love the warm weather, the beautiful surroundings, and the diverse cuisine, making this a perfect place to enjoy a fun-filled vacation.

During your stay in Palm Springs, you may want to visit the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum to learn more about the Native Americans who originally lived in the area. The museum features five different exhibit areas, detailing the history of Agua Caliente, California’s first settlement. Native-made clothing, jewelry, and art are also on display. You can also visit the Children’s Discovery Museum, which encourages children’s learning through play, including STEM subjects.

Besides its famous residents, Palm Springs is also home to many celebrities. The city’s Walk of Fame features many celebrity street names, including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. Sonny Bono was the former mayor of Palm Springs and a former state congressman. He is commemorated with a bust in the town’s airport and a lifesize statue on Palm Canyon Drive. The Walk of Fame is another fun place to visit.

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