Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

If you’re looking for a day trip out of town, consider going hiking in the nearby mountains. The city sits in a valley surrounded by mountains and has many hiking trails. You can also go rock climbing at Mount San Jacinto, which is almost 11,000 feet above sea level. You can also find tennis courts and swimming pools in the area.

Whether you’re visiting the city for business or leisure, the area offers a wide variety of things to do. For example, you can visit the Sonny Bono statue in downtown Palm Springs, which was erected to commemorate the late singer and congressman. In his heyday, Bono was the face of the city’s tourism campaign. Sadly, he passed away in a skiing accident in 1998, but the statue still stands proudly on the street.

Another popular attraction in Palm Springs is the Crochet Museum. It’s a fun place for the whole family, including children! Shari Elf, the artist behind the crochet figures, is the director of the museum. She makes sure to follow up with each of the figures after you’ve visited. This museum is a must-see if you’re visiting Palm Springs. It’s a fun way to learn about history while making a fun family outing.

For something more bizarre, you can visit the Volkswagen Spider Sculpture, which looks like it’s been left in the desert. Lucille Desiree Ball, who starred in “I Love Lucy,” lived in Palm Springs with her husband Desi Arnaz.

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