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Palm Springs Air Museum

in Art, Museum

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
United States

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Palm Springs Historical Society

in Historic

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
92262
United States

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Cabot's Pueblo Museum

in Museum

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
United States

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Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway

in Historic

Elvis & Priscilla lived here in 1966 & 1967 & Honeymooned here on May 1,1967. It's also known as The Alexander Estate, The House of Tomorrow the Modernism icon. Marie Claire, Fodor's, Travel Channel, & Time have featured it. Enjoy tours with Elvis & Priscilla tribute artists, retro guides & historians. Trip Advisor 2014 Award. Desert Sun says it's the #1 place in Palm Springs to have your picture taken.

1350 Ladera Circle
Palm Springs, California 92262
United States

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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

in Museum, Gifts, Deli

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".

1 Tram Way Rd.
Palm Springs, California 92262
United States

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Palm Desert Historical Society

in Museum

Located in an old firehouse, experience the museum's fascinating collection of historical photos, newspaper and magazine archives, as well as an oral history on the early settlers of Palm Desert, California. Prominently displayed on the walls are breath-taking aerial views from the 1940s' thru the 1980s' of Palm Desert and the surrounding majestic mountains. Historical firefighting memorabilia is also on display.

72-861 El Paseo Dr.
Palm Desert, California 92260
United States

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Palm Springs Historical Society

in Museum

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.

221 S. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, California 92262
United States

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Agua Caliente Cultural Museum

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum

in Historic, Educational, Cultural

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.

219 S Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, California 92262
United States

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Coachella Valley History Museum

in Exhibit, Historic, Educational

Campus contains the Smiley-Tyler House, a 1926 adobe home which houses the main exhibits, the historic 1909 Schoolhouse, and the soon to be opened Date Museum. Also, the spacious grounds hold a variety of gardens, including a Memorial Date Garden, a Japanese Garden, and the oldest Cork Oak tree in the Coachella Valley. Other highlights include the Submarine house and a Blacksmith shop.

82-616 Miles Ave
Indio, California 92201
United States

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Palm Springs Public Library

in Historic, Educational, Cultural

Source for thousands of books, DVDs, CDs, audio books, computerized newspapers, & magazines. Borrowing can save you money and make your vacation dollar go further. CA residents OR property owners can get their Card for FREE. Visitors pay only a nominal fee. The Library offers wireless Internet access, video conferencing services and computers. They offer many special events. Call for schedule.

300 S. Sunrise Way 92262
Palm Springs, California 92262
United States

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