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The Film Festival and ShortFest are presented by the Film Society under our mission of nurturing new filmmaking talent, honoring the great masters of film, and providing audiences with an appreciation of world cinema. Members enjoy exclusive invitations to pre-release screenings of major motion pictures throughout the year, a sneak peek into PSIFF at the highly anticipated annual Member Preview Night, Early Bird Box Office access to our Festivals, and much more.
1700 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way #3
Situated on 6 1/2 acres, the museum boasts 20,000 square feet with over 50 hands-on exhibits including an Archaeological dig with actual Cahuilla Indian artifact replicas. The campus also includes a multipurpose performance center, outdoor amphitheater, covered picnic area, store and a citrus grove. Serving children of all ages with emphasis on primary school children.
71-701 Gerald Ford Dr.
Rancho Mirage, California
Some of the most beautiful and culturally sensitive areas on Agua Caliente tribal land offering the ideal setting for walking, hiking or picnicking. Home to waterfalls and the most California Fan palm trees in the world. Ranger led tours are available. Just a few minutes from downtown. Trading Post has hiking maps, refreshments, Indian art and more. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
S. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, California 92262
Home to one of the world's largest collections of flyable WWII Airplanes. Also showcases related artifacts, artwork, classic automobiles and library sources to honor American history. The significance of WWII is unparalleled in the history of the world, taking the lives of 70 million people. It was air power that altered the outcome of the war and forever changed the lives of every person alive today.
745 N Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs, California 92262
A colorful, diverse ecosystem of art with more than 200 juried artists traveling from across the nation and as far as Japan, Canada, Central and South America, the United Kingdom, Transylvania and beyond each year to showcase their contemporary and traditional fine art and high quality craft. Art enthusiasts stroll the concourse of its world-famous venue, the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, transformed into an artisan village and festive outdoor marketplace with thousands of one-of-a-kind art pieces
78-200 Miles Avenue
Indian Wells, California 92210
The new BMW Performance Center West is up & running. This 30+ acre site features an exclusive paddock, track area and 1.6-mile road course set against gorgeous mountain vistas. Get behind the wheel in a Driving School, host a Corporate Event or enjoy a BMW Track Drive. Ride along with a pro in a high-performance BMW M Series for an exhilarating hot lap. Push a BMW to its limits and feel the exhilaration.
86030 62nd Ave.
Thermal, California 92274
Nestled in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, California, is the Spa Resort Casino. Just moments away are the boutiques, galleries, hotels and restaurants that make Palm Springs one of California’s most adored resort getaways. Spa Resort Casino offers an action-packed, 24-hour casino with slots, table games, high-limit gaming and a gorgeous live music lounge in a setting that is stylish, yet comfortable. Spa Resort Casino is also home to the area’s only fully-enclosed, non-smoking slot roo
100 N. Indian Canyon Dr.
Offers the hottest slots, a variety of table games, live poker and high-limit gaming, plus fine dining, shopping, a relaxing spa and luxurious hotel, all in a gorgeous resort setting. Agua Caliente is also home to The Show, the premier concert theatre in Southern California featuring live sporting events and headliners like Matchbox Twenty, Tony Bennett, Jay Leno and more.
32-250 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, California 92270
Palm Springs Historical Walking Tours Join us for an entertaining stroll through Palm Springs, enjoy walking tours full of history, fun stories, famous architecture and intrigue! The Palm Springs Historical Society offers historical walking tours focusing on Palm Springs' historic neighborhoods, distinguished by a combination of the celebrities and local pioneers who called them home and the architects and builders who shaped their development.
221 S. Palm Canyon
Cabot Yerxz was an adventurer, artist, humanitarian, sustainable builder and community advocate. Few have left such an indelible legacy on the Coachella Valley as Cabot Yerxa. When you tour his remarkable hand-built 5,000 square foot Pueblo, you experience how his life changed the Valley. His stories will inspire you. This is a unique not-to-be-missed opportunity.
67616 East Desert View Avenue
Desert Hot Springs, California 92240