Northrop XB-35 – Warbird Wednesday Episode #109

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

For the history buffs among us, Palm Springs is home to the desert botanical garden, which is located in the city’s historic downtown district. There are more than 3,000 plants on display at the garden, which is open to the public year-round. Tours of the garden are available for groups and private events. Here, you can also visit a variety of local businesses and enjoy the desert weather in a relaxed atmosphere. A great place to visit if you’re visiting Palm Springs for the first time is the Palm Springs Museum of Art, which has been in business since 1908.

When it comes to outdoor adventure, Palm Springs is tailor-made for it. Its proximity to mountains and canyons makes it a great place to go hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, and more. Horseback riding is another popular activity in Palm Springs. The town also has ample flat land for golf and tennis. Swimming is another popular recreation activity in Palm Springs. The weather in Palm Springs is great year-round, making it perfect for families with children.

For those who are interested in history, the town’s history is also rich in historical significance. During the ’60s, the singer Elvis Presley lived in Palm Springs with his wife Priscilla. The two were married in Palm Springs in 1968, but it took the press a few years before the news spread that the couple had secretly eloped to Las Vegas. The house is currently undergoing restoration and may open to the public at some point.

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