It's no secret that Palm Springs enjoys a thriving art and cultural scene. One of the many havens for art-lovers is the Backstreet Art District, located on Cherokee Way. This thriving community features a range of art galleries running the gamut of artistic styles and mediums. In a typical visit to the Art District, you can expect to not only admire the works but also to meet the artists. Often, you'll even have the chance to watch the creative process unfold as the artists work in their studios.
In today's society, the love of beer is on the rise. Breweries are growing at an alarming rate and their product is in more pubs and restaurants near your favorite shopping centers and art museums. ModMansions Vacation Rentals is around the corner from a well-developed brewery that grew from the support of Palm Springs and other local areas.
Located east of your Palm Springs vacation in Thousand Palms, the Coachella Valley Brewery is a local favorite. Established in 2013, this brewery started small and has been able to grow into a 17 Barrel Brewhouse capable of producing a 17 barrel batch in two hours. All of their beers are made with locally grown ingredients and offer every style imaginable to appeal to every brew enthusiast.
Are you looking for a day trip during your Palm Springs vacation this summer? The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the world's largest rotating tramcar, will lift you up and away into an adventure almost in the backyard of your Palm Springs vacation rental.
This aerial tramcar is located west of our community of ModMansions Vacation Rentals. At the Valley Station starting point, you will be whisked away over Mount San Jacinto State Park to Mountain Station. It will take approximately 10 minutes to arrive at your destination of elevation at 8,516 feet, and during that time, you can take advantage of the view as the tram slowly rotates. This will only the beginning of the adventure though, as the top of the mountain has many activities to choose from.
While enjoying your Palm Springs vacation rental during summer, the sun might eventually send you in search of ways to cool off. There are few better ways to chill out than a stop at one of Palm Springs' many ice cream and frozen treat shops. Though there are quite a few in town, including several national chains, there are a number of smaller, local shops worth a visit.