Palm Springs Air Museum

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Random Facts About Palm Springs

When visiting Palm Springs, you’ll want to spend some time exploring the town’s attractions. The city is home to several museums, including the Palm Springs International Airport Air Museum. This museum contains a large collection of historic aircraft, including WWII, Korean, and Vietnam War fighter planes. It also features a vintage Warbird plane and a flight simulator. If you’re traveling with kids, you’ll also want to check out the Children’s Discovery Museum, which features exhibits focused on STEM subjects and encourages learning through play.

The Palm Springs Art Museum is a must-see for art lovers. The 150,000-square-foot museum has both traditional and modern art, and an outdoor sculpture garden. You’ll also find art installations outside, including a 1968 Chevrolet Malibu suspended in mid-air. This vehicle is part of the installation History of Suspended Time by Gonzalo Lebrija.

The town was once home to many Hollywood stars, including Frank Sinatra and Sonny Bono. It was an oasis for celebrities who sought privacy during the era of strict social control and increased scrutiny. In this climate, the presence of an extramarital affair or homosexuality would put a star in the rags, and the gossip columnists held enormous power. This fact helped make Palm Springs an ideal place for stars to escape their intensely scrutinized lives.

The downtown area is an excellent place for shopping. Many of the top shops stay open late, and you can explore the town’s museums and outdoor activities. For movie-going, there’s also an indoor and outdoor mall with theaters, retail shops, and even a 10-screen Tristone Palm Desert 10. There’s a vibrant shopping street lined with palm trees, public art, and boutique and designer stores.

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