Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

If you love the outdoors, Palm Springs is a great place to visit. There are many outdoor activities to enjoy. One of the most popular is the Aerial Tramway. The 10-minute ride will give you a birds-eye view of the city. There are observation decks and a natural history museum to visit as well. You can also hike the hiking trails through the state park.

You can also check out the Palm Springs Art Museum, which has numerous works of art. The museum, which has been in operation since the 1930s, features modern and Native American artifacts, as well as paintings and sculpture gardens. If you are a history buff, you can visit the museum for free on Thursdays during VillageFest.

There are also many unique attractions in Palm Springs. One of the most bizarre is the Volkswagen Spider Sculpture, which is a replica of a Volkswagen Beetle on giant spider legs. This oddly shaped sculpture is a testament to the city’s atypical personality. Lucille Desiree Ball was a notable actress and lived in Palm Springs with Desi Arnaz. She also received numerous awards during her career and was featured in the popular TV show “I Love Lucy.”

While exploring the town, you can also stop by the Ruddy’s General Store Museum to experience life in the 1930s. The entrance is free, and the museum is located downtown. The museum is part of the Village Green Heritage Center, which also contains the McCallum Adobe, Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, and Miss Cornelia White’s House.

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