May The Fourth Be With You – Palm Springs Air Museum

If you enjoy our videos, please subscribe to be notified about new video releases. We add new videos weekly!

Description + Related Tips & Tricks Are Below

The Palm Springs Air Museum depends on donations from our supporters.
To donate ➡️
To become a member ➡️…
Shop our web store ➡️…

Educator Material 🏫 🍎:
Beginner Teacher Guide ➡️
Secondary Teacher Guide ➡️

Also be sure to check out our social media pages:

#airmuseum #warbirds #palmsprings

Random Facts About Palm Springs, CA

There are a lot of things to do in Palm Springs, CA. A few of them are listed below. If you are traveling to the area on vacation, you should also visit the nearby Palm Springs Botanical Garden. Its more than 3,000 plants are organized by geographic regions. It is open year-round and offers group tours, weddings, and special events. Read on to find out what else you can do in Palm Springs! After a long day of sightseeing, you can get some much-needed rest at one of the area’s many spas.

The Walk of Stars honors famous people who lived in Palm Springs and contributed to the city’s growth. This commemorative project features over 400 honorees, including presidents, artists, humanitarians, writers, playwrights, civic leaders, and musicians. The list includes Frank Sinatra, who died in West Hollywood in 1994. The Palm Springs Walk of Stars is another place where you can pay tribute to a local hero or celebrity.

The Coachella Valley boasts more golf courses than any other part of California, making it the state’s top destination for golf vacations. Early golf courses in Palm Springs included the O’Donnell Golf Club, which was built by oil magnate Thomas A. O’Donnell, and the El Mirador Hotel, which opened in the 1920s. In the 1950s, the Cochran-Odlum pitch and putt courses opened, while the Thunderbird Country Club, designed by Lawrence Hughes and Johnny Dawson, opened in Rancho Mirage. In 1955, the Thunderbird Country Club hosted the eleventh Ryder Cup championship.

You May Also Like