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Palm Springs is Southern California’s desert flower. Nestled in between the scenic San Jacinto mountains and the unforgettable Joshua Tree National Park, this oasis offers virtually endless sunshine—over 350 days of cloudless bliss every year. For decades, those seeking an escape have found its warmth to be vivifying and rejuvenating. With its parks, tourism and art, it’s no wonder Palm Springs has gained its reputation as Hollywood’s Playground.


For world-class recreation, Palm Springs stands out as every golfer’s dream.. With over 100 expansive courses in the desert it offers more tees than any other region in California. Just try keeping count of the numerous tournaments hosted here annually.

In addition, Palm Springs offers an outdoor panorama which draws in and captivates millions of tourists annually to its mountains and parks. Take a trip up the Aerial Tramway and enjoy stunning beauty and a huge temperature drop at the top and lots of hiking trails for you to explore. There’s so much to discover in Palm Springs.

When you’re ready to kick back and relax, Palm Art Museum offers an array of public art installations and the Palm Art Museum is amazing and a must visit while here. You’ll even see a 25 foot statue of Marilyn Monroe which is surely a photo opportunity.

The locals know Palm Springs as a hub for architectural modernism, and many of these iconic buildings are home to highly regarded Restaurants. Be sure to visit the newly opened Aqua Caliente Cultural Center or try your hand at the Casino.


Every year the City hosts the Palm Springs International Film Festival bringing in flurries of new Stars and glamorous crowds. In February there are 10 days of non stop activities surrounding Modernism Week which is definitely a must visit with shopping, strolling the historic neighborhoods and bike tours are also available.


Few destinations in California offer such an assortment of options for poring over, unwinding and just enjoying the beauty the desert has to offer. For a desert paradise with class and culture,
Palm Springs is a community you’ll want to call home.

Desert Nature

Historical Places

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