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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

The world’s largest rotating tram car travels over two-and-a-half miles up the cliffs of Chino Canyon, transporting visitors to the pristine wilderness of the Mt. San Jacinto State Park. Up top it’s 30 degrees cooler than the desert floor and there are two restaurants to dine in.

Aerial Tramway


Bike Palm Springs

There’s nothing better than enjoying that famous Palm Springs weather while getting some exercise and riding around the flat streets of the city.  So rent a cruiser bike with a retro feel and grab one of the movie star homes maps while you’re there.


Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree is located about one hour from Palm Springs, where the Mojave and Lower Colorado deserts join to form the park. There are 12 self-guiding nature trails, and on clear days the vista from Keys View extends to Mexico.

Joshua Tree


Palm Springs Art Museum

The small town of Palm Springs has an art museum that rivals something you'd find in New York or LA. The building is architecturally significant and there’s an ongoing calendar of events. Meanwhile, the museum’s separate Architecture and Design Center houses related exhibitions and educational programs.

Art Museum


Dune Buggy Tours

Enjoy a fast and rough - or smooth and slow - ride (to your liking) through the desert of Palm Springs in a Dune Buggy. It all happens right near the middle of the earthquake fault and through the wind turbine farms.


Salvation Mountain

Made of local abode clay, straw and thousands of gallons of paint, the highly detailed Salvation Mountain art installation measures 50 feet tall, 150 feet wide and encompasses numerous murals and biblical verses in bright bold colours.

Salvation Mountain


The Living Desert

The Living Desert is a remarkable zoo and botanical garden representing the desert environments of North America and Africa. There are over 450 wild animals, live animal shows, kids’ play park, tranquil gardens, tram rides and more.


Sunnylands Center & Gardens

Completed in 1966, this historic A. Quincy Jones house and grounds were the winter residence of Ambassadors Walter and Leonore Annenberg. The building is surrounded by nine acres of gardens planted with more than 70,000 arid-resistant plants and trees.



Two Bunch Palms Hot Springs

Relax in the mineral healing waters that are pumped into a picturesque grotto made up of two pools, one at 99 degrees and the other at 104. There’s also a health spa with some services performed in individual gazebos.


Palm Springs Mod Squad Tours

These architecture and design tours allow you to relax while owner Kurt squires you around in the Mod Squad van, regaling you with tales of Hollywood and architecture. You’ll discover what makes Palm Springs the mecca for midcentury modern architecture, with a maximum of five modernistas per tour and five tours to choose from.

Modern Tours


Palm Springs Modern Tours

A fun and comprehensive three-hour citywide overview of Palm Springs midcentury modern architecture. You’ll learn about the masters who lived and worked in the desert (like Frey and Wexler) as well as those of international fame (such as Neutra and Lautner) who brought innovation to the world of desert architecture.


D-I-Y Midcentury Modern Tour App

Pilot your own tour by downloading the app which features three tours of over 80 architecturally significant and internationally renowned modern homes and buildings throughout Greater Palm Springs. The app also presents in-depth profiles of 12 leading modernism architects.


Palm Springs Air Museum

Occupying several hangars, and staffed by some pretty wonderful and knowledgeable military veterans, you can explore any number of planes and even climb into the cockpits of a few of them.

Air Museum


Moorten Botanical Garden

In 1938 the Moorten family turned their residence estate into a living museum of desert plants from around the world. Featuring more than 3000 varieties of plants, there's something of interest for everyone with glistening crystals, colorful rocks, ancient fossils and more.

Morton Gardens