Palm Springs Things To Do (125 results)




  • Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

    The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway in Palm Springs, California, is the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world. It was opened in September 1963 as a way of getting from the floor of the Coachella Va

    Landmark, Tram, Scenic Railroad

  • Palm Springs Air Museum

    The Palm Springs Air Museum (PSAM), is a non-profit educational institution in Palm Springs, Riverside County, California. The Museum's mission is to exhibit, educate and eternalize the role of the Wo

    Museum, Speciality Museum, History Museum, Educational Site

  • Palm Springs Art Museum

    The Palm Springs Art Museum (formerly the Palm Springs Desert Museum) was founded in 1938, and is a regional art, natural science and performing arts institution for Palm Springs and the Coachella Val

    Museum, Art Museum

  • Palm Springs Open Air Market

    Open Nov1 thru April 25. Come shop for arts and crafts, jewelry, produce and flowers, gourmet foods, mid-century items/accessories, apparel and much more!

    Shopping Mall, Farmer's Market

  • Spa Resort Casino

    Be sure to join our Paradise Rewards Club!

    Casino, Lounge, Buffet-style Restaurant, Restaurant, Spa

  • Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway

    A beautiful Mid-Century Modernism classic, it is known as "the Honeymoon House", because it's most famous residents Elvis and Priscilla Presley lived and later honeymooned here. Daily Tours. Annual Ev

    Landmark, Building

  • Palm Springs Convention Center

    The Palm Springs Convention Center is a convention center located in downtown Palm Springs, California. Architect William Pereira designed the original building in 1974. In 2005 the Convention Center

    Convention Center, Sight

  • Camelot Theatres

    The Desert's Premiere Theatre - with great movies, comfortable seats, the best food, the biggest auditorium!
    As everyone knows who’s enjoyed the rare and beautiful films offered at the Camelot The

    Class, Theater

  • Agua Caliente Cultural Museum

    The Agua Caliente Cultural Museum is a culture and history museum located in Palm Springs, California, United States, focusing on the Cahuilla people of the Coachella Valley.

    Museum, History Museum

  • Escena Golf Club

    If you like great golf, savory food, stunning architecture and/or jaw-dropping views, you'll love Escena!

    Event Venue, Restaurant, Golfing

  • Studio M Salon And Spa

    Reinventing the luxury Salon and Day Spa experience in Palm Springs!
    Open 7 Days a Week. Studio M Salon and Spa is a free-standing full-service Salon and Spa offering hair, nail, body treatment, f

    Day Spa, Hair Salon, Spa

  • Palm Canyon Theatre

    Palm Spring's Flagship Theatre
    From Cinderella to La Cage Aux Folles, there is truly something for everyone. In it’s 18th Season, Palm Canyon Theatre is the valley’s oldest source of live theatric

    Theater

  • Palm Springs Biplanes

    Visit our website to find information and rates. WWW.PSBiplanes.com

    Tour

  • Lake Hemet

    Lake Hemet is a water storage reservoir located in the San Jacinto Mountains in Riverside County, California, with a capacity of of water. It was created in 1895 with the construction of the Hemet Dam

    Local Business, Water Body

  • Knotts Soak City

    Local Business, Water Park

  • Ruddy's General Store Museum

    Museum, Shopping, Speciality Museum

  • Desert Memorial Park

    Desert Memorial Park is a cemetery in Cathedral City, California, United States, near Palm Springs. Opening in 1956 and receiving its first interment in 1957, it is maintained by the Palm Springs Ceme

    Cemetery

  • Palm Springs Walk Of Stars

    The Palm Springs Walk of Stars are portions of Palm Canyon Drive, Tahquitz Canyon Way, La Plaza Court and Museum Drive in downtown Palm Springs, California, where "Golden Palm Stars" are embedded in t

    Landmarks

  • Tennis Club District
  • Palm Springs Visitor Information


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