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The only local casino nestled in the heart of downtown Palm Springs. The property is owned and operated by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. It features great restaurants and live entertainment, as well as an award-winning casino, just steps away from the outdoor cafes, boutiques, museums and art galleries of downtown Palm Springs. Features slots, poker room & table games.
Located on The Village Green in a lovely park-like setting in Downtown Palm Springs. Visit their facilities which include two 19th century pioneer homes. The McCallum Adobe the oldest remaining building in Palm Springs built in 1884 for John McCallum the first permanent white settler and The Cornelia White House built by the city's first hotel proprietor Dr. Welwood Murray. Inquire about historical walking tours.
Two spectacular courses offering gorgeous views of Palm Springs. Golf Digest rated the Resort as "one of the best places to play." The Legend Course is a traditional layout with 6,600 yards of tree lined fairways. The Resort Course is a desert links style course with rolling terrain and some of the most well placed bunkers, wonderful waterscapes and tremendous mountain views. Newly remodeled clubhouse.
Ride the world's largest rotating tramcars. Rising over 2.5 miles to a scenic wonderland, the two 80-passenger cars revolve slowly from within providing a spectacular 360-degree view of the desert. Mountain Station at 8,516 ft features Peak's upscale restaurant, Pines casual cafe, Lookout Lounge, gift shop, natural history museum and a theatre showing "Building on a Dream".
Comprehensive and sophisticated, this 125,000 sq-foot art museum would be welcome in any large city. Permanent collections include 20th century modern and contemporary art, Western American and Native American art, Mesoamerican artifacts, miniatures and two sculpture gardens. See calendar for special events and FREE Thursdays during VillageFest. Home to the Annenberg Theater.
A masterpiece in the desert with dramatic elevations and water features throughout. 18-hole 6,715-yard layout tests the best players yet provides an enjoyable golf outing for all. Fully-staffed pro shop, & latest GPS systems on all golf carts. Green fees never more than $100 and includes golf cart stocked with ice-filled cooler and water, use of 40-stall driving range and putting green. Host of celebrity events.
Premier gaming resort. 250-room hotel, world-class casino, golf course and Special Events Center with A-list entertainment. Home to 2,000 of the hottest slots & video poker, 40 table games, action-packed casino-floor, Springs bar, LIT lounge, friendly hosts and dealers. Enjoy 65 wines by the glass nightly at the picturesque 12th Floor Wine Bar. Dining: Fresh Grill Buffet, The Bistro, Lique, POM, The Pizza Kitchen and Joy.
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.
Twelfth annual premier fine arts festival attracts thousands annually. Scheduled for April 4-6, the spectacular Indian Wells Tennis Garden transforms into an artisan village with 200 artists and hundreds of pieces of one-of-a-kind art and quality crafts for sale. Also special exhibits, demonstrations, live entertainment and refreshments throughout the day. See ad on pg 17 for 2 FOR 1 admission discount.
Museum interprets the history and culture of the
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and
other native cultures. Since 1992, the Museum
has continued to preserve and revive various
aspects of traditional Native culture. Located
at the Village Green Heritage Center in
downtown Palm Springs, the Museum presents
exhibitions, lectures, films and special events
focused on Native American culture & history.