Palm Springs Air Museum

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The Palm Springs Air Museum depends on donations from our supporters.
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Random Facts About Palm Springs

A trip to Palm Springs is an amazing way to experience desert beauty at its finest. This desert oasis is filled with colorful architecture and other attractions. It is also home to three branches of the Palm Springs Museum of Art. The city is also known for its LGBTQ community and has an all-LGBTQ city council. You can expect warm weather and plenty of outdoor activities, as well as great shopping and restaurants.

If you’re into hiking, you can visit the Indian Canyons, which offer crystal-clear streams, granite rock walls, and shady palm oases. These areas are home to a diverse ecosystem that offers a glimpse into Palm Springs’ indigenous past. The Canyons also offer a sense of connection to something larger than yourself. You can join a guided tour of these canyons through the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.

The city is home to several unique hotels. You can stay at historic resorts or modern boutique hotels. Many of the boutique hotels have unique designs, and many are dog-friendly as well. Many of them are also architecturally significant. There are even hotels that are dress-free. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a few Palm Springs inns offer accommodations for romantics.

You can also visit the Palm Springs Visitors’ Center, which was originally built in 1965. It was almost torn down in the 1990s, but was saved from demolition because of its striking architecture. It is a great place to learn about the city’s history. It is home to the world’s largest collection of midcentury modern architecture. The city hosts the annual Modernism Week celebration in February.

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