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Annenberg Theater
101 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Telephone: 760.325.7186
The Annenberg Theater presents some of the finest performers from the world of music, drama, comedy, opera, and dance. This intimate state-of-the-art 433-seat theater located on the lower level of the Palm Springs Desert Museum, features nearly perfect acoustics.

Art Galleries
Most galleries are located on Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs and Corporate Way and El Paseo Drive in Palm Desert.
Besides Golf and the Weather, Art is the big attraction in the Palm Springs area. There are over a hundred galleries to choose from and many are widely recognized for their ability to showcase the 'up and coming' in the art world.

Desert Holocaust Memorial
73-510 Fred Waring Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs
Telephone: 760.325.7281
This impressive memorial includes extensive provisions for educating people of all ages, races, and religions about the period of the Holocaust. It is a lesson about denial of basic civil rights. The monument memorializes lost parents, children, loved ones, and millions of innocent people.

El Paseo Shops
El Paseo Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Toll Free Info: 1.877.735.7273
Stroll along El Paseo, a unique shopper's paradise located in the heart of Palm Desert, and find over 300 delightful discoveries including fashion, accessories, dining, home furnishings, jewelry and art. On El Paseo, there truly are treasures every step of the way.

Palm Springs Golf
Various locations throughout the Coachella Valley.
What skiing is to Aspen and gambling is to Las Vegas, Golf is to Palm Springs. With over a hundred fantastic Golf Courses, numerous tournaments (Skins Game, Nabisco Dinah Shore) the Palm Springs area is the Golf Capitol of the World.

Indian Canyons
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
Tribal Council Office
Telephone: 760.325.5673
Fifteen miles long, Palm Canyon is one of the great beauty spots in Western North America. Its indigenous flora and fauna are breathtaking contrasts to the stark, rocky gorges and barren desert lands beyond. Visit the Trading Post for hiking maps, refreshments, Indian art and artifacts, jewelry and conversational cultural lore.

Jeep Tours
Jeep tours are a fascinating way to view the raw natural beauty outside of Palm Springs such as the Colorado Sonoran Desert, Old West mining camps, the Canyons and the San Andreas Fault.

Joshua Tree National Park
74485 National Monument Dr.
Twenty Nine Palms, CA 92277
Telephone: 760.367.5500
The nearly 800,000 acre park encompasses some of the most interesting geologic displays found in California's deserts. Arroyos, playas, alluvial fans, bajadas, pediments, desert varnish, granites, aplite, and gneiss interact to form a giant desert mosaic of immense beauty and complexity. Great for hiking and rock climbing.

Living Desert
47-900 Portola Avenue
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Telephone: 760.346.5694
Magnificent cats. Howling wolves. Breathtaking botanical gardens. Stroll, hike, dine and shop amid 1200 acres of scenic trails and exhibits. Join us for a fun and fascinating journey into the deserts of the world and discover why The Living Desert is truly "like a zoo, only better!

Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Beautifully lined with majestic palm trees continuously lit in a wrapping of sparkling lights, Palm Canyon Drive is a veritable goldmine of art galleries, restaurants, pubs and every kind of shop. Thursday nights are a must when the street is closed to traffic. Home of the Palm Springs Walk of Stars.

Palm Springs Air Museum
745 North Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Telephone: 760.778.6262
The Palm Springs Air Museum is dedicated to the restoration, preservation and operation of America's legendary fighters, bombers and trainers. It contains one of the world's largest collections of flying WWII airplanes, including the Robert J. Pond Collection.

Palm Springs TRAM
One Tramway Road
Palm Springs, CA. 92262
Telephone: 888.515.TRAM
Ascend 8,000 in the world's largest rotating tramcars. It is forty degrees colder at the top and a completely different world (more like the Smokey Mountains) than Palm Springs below. Great hiking and, of course, incredible views of the desert.

Palm Springs Desert Museum
101 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Telephone: 561-832-1988
The Coachella Valley's only major museum, the Palm Springs Desert Museum features art, natural science and the performing arts. Set at the base of Mt. San Jacinto in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, the Museum's outstanding architecture is in harmony with its desert surroundings.

Palm Springs Follies
128 S. Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Telephone: 760.327.0225
A big draw with the seniors, the Palm Springs Follies features performers ranging from the mid-fifties to the mid-eighties. Showgirl Beverly Allen is listed in the Guiness Book of Records as the "Oldest performing showgirl.

Village Green Heritage Center
221 S. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, CA. 92262
Telephone: 760.323.8297
Presented by the Palm Springs Historical Society, this mini-park on Palm Canyon Drive features the McCallum Adobe (first pioneer home built in Palm Springs), Miss Cornelia White's House, Ruddy's General Store and the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Information Center.

The weather is fabulous in Palm Springs because of one reason - the San Jacinto Mountains. Rising nearly vertically 9,000 feet beside Palm Springs, it is one of the steepest climbs in North America and the reason why the rain (and pollution) in Los Angeles can't get here!