Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

While in Palm Springs, take a stroll through Civic Center Park. This beautiful park features sculptures and water fountains and palm trees. You can also see some lovely ducks in the park’s ponds. Another great attraction is the Crochet Museum, which features hand-crocheted animals and figures in a drive-thru photo stand.

In the 1930s, Hollywood stars often fled to Palm Springs to find peace and privacy. Hollywood was becoming more puritanical, and the constant surveillance of gossip columnists could put an actor or actress in rags. The mere revelation of an extramarital affair, let alone a star’s homosexuality, could send a star’s life into disarray. To escape the paparazzi, Hollywood stars fled to Palm Springs, where the desert climate provided a perfect environment for privacy.

The city’s secluded location makes it a wonderful getaway for outdoor adventures. Nearby mountains and canyons are perfect for rock climbing and hiking, and there are plenty of options for golf courses, tennis courts, and swimming pools, too. Whether you prefer golf, tennis, or horseback riding, Palm Springs has something for everyone.

A trip to Palm Springs is a great weekend getaway. The weather is usually warm and sunny, and the desert scenery is picturesque. The city has many places to party, including several resorts. During the summer, hotels have pool parties in which famous DJs spin house music. During the spring and summer, there are floaties galore, as well as the Splash House, the largest pool party in Palm Springs.

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