The Quest for Excellence: U.S. Naval Test Pilot School (Part 3) Warbird Wednesday Episode #141

If you enjoy our videos, please subscribe to be notified about new video releases. We add new videos weekly!

Description + Related Tips & Tricks Are Below

The Palm Springs Air Museum depends on donations from our supporters.
To donate ➡️ https://palmspringsairmuseum.org/donate/
To become a member ➡️ https://palmspringsairmuseum.org/memb…
Shop our web store ➡️ https://palmspringsairmuseum.org/web-…

Educator Material 🏫 🍎:
Beginner Teacher Guide ➡️ https://palmspringsairmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/PSAM_Beginner_Teaching_Guide.pdf
Secondary Teacher Guide ➡️https://palmspringsairmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/PSAM_Secondary_Teaching_Guide.pdf

Also be sure to check out our social media pages:
Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/palmspringsairmuseum/
Twitter- https://twitter.com/PSAirMuseum
Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/psairmuseum/

#airmuseum #warbirds #palmsprings

Random Facts About Palm Springs

Located in the desert mountains, Palm Springs is the place to go for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and golfing. This small town is also a popular spring break destination. Palm Springs has an arts and culture scene, and it invites different artists to fill its walls with artwork. There are also free art tours available for tourists.

The Cahuilla Museum of Art is an excellent place to learn about the history of the Cahuilla people. It features two core exhibits, including a timeline of the Cahuilla people and an exhibit on Florence Patencio. It also has online exhibits and a newsletter, The Spirit.

The Palm Springs Air Museum features 70 vintage aircraft, including World War II and Korea/Vietnam era aircraft. It is also home to an education center and a dedicated research library. The museum’s air hangers are 86,000 square feet. Its doors open for airflow, making it wheelchair accessible.

The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is one of the largest rotating aerial tramcars in the world. It is open year-round, and provides spectacular views of the San Jacinto Mountains. It travels 2.5 miles in 10 minutes. The tramcars are accessible to wheelchairs and strollers. It is also a popular way to view Chino Canyon. It runs every half hour on the hour.

Another interesting spot is the Palm Springs General Store Museum, which is home to thousands of nostalgic items from the 1930s General Store culture. It also features a large collection of lunchboxes.

You May Also Like