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Random Facts About Palm Springs
There are plenty of things to do in Palm Springs. Whether you’re in town to spend a romantic weekend with your significant other or want to explore the history of this California town with the family, you’ll find something to do for everyone. The Palm Springs area is home to several museums, including the Palm Springs Art Museum, which hosts modern art exhibits and has hosted the works of Dale Chihuly and Pablo Picasso. There are also artifacts and flying airplanes from the Cahuilla culture, and the Palm Springs Air Museum, which is home to the largest collection of flyable World War II aircraft in the world.
If you’re looking for a unique way to spend an evening, consider riding a multi-person bike through the city. It’s a fun way to get to know each other and enjoy some sightseeing. There’s even a place to stop for some ice-breaker games while you’re on the bike! The multi-person bike rental is the perfect way to explore Palm Springs history and culture with your group. You’ll get to see the city’s most iconic landmarks on a bike and will be able to enjoy your time with new friends.
For an extra-special Palm Springs experience, make sure to visit the Volkswagen Spider Sculpture, which is an award-winning Volkswagen Beetle car raised on giant metal spider legs. The statue is part of the private compound of a former auto repair shop. Built by Robert Miner, the sculpture is one of the most unusual things to see in Palm Springs. It’s a fun two-hour tour that features a giant metal spider with a Volkswagen beetle body.