Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

Before the 19th century, Palm Springs was inhabited by Indians. The Cahuilla tribe settled in Palm, Murray, and Andreas Canyons and harvested melons, beans, squash, and other plants to use as food and medicine. Today, remnants of their culture can be seen in the rock art, foundations, and trailways throughout the city. In addition, the city is home to four branches of Chef Tanya’s Kitchen.

Robolights is a bizarre display of lights on robot-like figures. The Robolights exhibit consists of several thousand Christmas lights on colorful robot figures. Visitors should go at night to enjoy the spectacle. Robolights is a must for any foodie visiting Palm Springs. During the holidays, if you are visiting Palm Springs during the holiday season, make sure to see Robolights at night. The displays are best appreciated during the night.

Whether you are interested in hiking, rock climbing, biking, or just enjoying the outdoors, Palm Springs offers an exciting range of activities for the whole family. Nearby mountains are the perfect backdrop for mountain biking and hiking, and there are plenty of trails and pathways for horseback riders to enjoy. Palm Springs is also home to several championship golf courses and tennis courts. While palm trees dominate the landscape, the city also offers plenty of flat land to enjoy swimming and play tennis.

There are plenty of great places to shop for clothing in Palm Springs. Many boutiques feature designer items for women and men. Trina Turk, based in Los Angeles, has stores in Palm Springs, including two in Rancho Mirage. The store features local designers, as well as homewares and gift items. The boutiques are housed in a building designed by desert modernist architect Albert Frey in 1962. A variety of eclectic pieces can be found in the store, and the staff is courteous and friendly.

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