24 hour casino located in Downtown Palm Springs with 900 slot machines and 30 table games. Dining options include indoor/outdoor dining at the Agua Bar & Grill, The Steakhouse, Noodle Bar and Oasis Buffet. Enjoy your favorite drinks at the Sundance Bar or Player's Bar, and nightly entertainment at Cascade Lounge.
The Palm Springs Air Museum is a living history museum dedicated to educating the public about the role Air Power played in preserving American liberties and way of life. The Museum preserves, exhibits, and flies aircraft from World War Two, Korea, and the Vietnam Wars. Most of the aircraft are in flyable condition.
Year Round Tennis is Native to the Palm Springs Valley. Many people don't know that it was tennis, not golf, that first put Palm Springs on the map. The Palm Springs Valley is home to some of the best tennis courts and playing weather in America. We've included both Public and Semi-Private tennis facilities, many of which are stand-alone, city or resort accessible.
Tahquitz Canyon is one of the most beautiful and culturally sensitive areas of the Agua Caliente Reservation. It's home to a spectacular 60 ft waterfall, rock art, ancient irrigation systems, native wildlife, and plants.
The place to meet new friends is at this old-fashioned street fair with sidewalk performers, musicians, farmer's market, gifts and lots of food. Every Thursday evening, Downtown Palm Springs transforms into a diverse array of artists, artisans, entertainers, and purveyors of fresh fruits and veggies, flowers, jewelry, snacks and sweets.
Hot Tip: Make sure to check out the Organic produce..50 cents to a couple bucks for the Best in SoCal!
October through May 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
June through September 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Located at the southern end of Palm Canyon Drive, the Moorten Botanical Gardens and Cactarium is a favorite Palm Springs attraction.The Moorten Botanical Gardens now boasts 3,000 examples of desert cacti and other desert plants grouped by geographic regions
The Agua Caliente Hotel Casino is a gambling facility, run by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, in Rancho Mirage, California. The facility has over 45,000 square feet of gambling floor, features restaurants, spa, and home of "The Show" entertainment venue
Spacious, Clean, Friendly Atmosphere. Current and State of the Art Equipment. The only gym we work out at in the desert, even though we have memberships to 24-hour.
The staff at the Palm Springs Official Visitors Center provides information regarding Palm Springs accommodations, dining, shopping, museums, attractions and events. In addition, the Visitors Center has gift items, publications, souvenirs and Palm Springs-logo apparel for sale.The center is open daily from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and located on the corner of North Palm Canyon Drive and Tramway Road
The Indian Canyons consists of three different hiking trails
Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon and Murray Canyon
Visit our website for a complete map of all trails
Located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, the Palm Springs Art Museum features a sophisticated collection of art, loaned or donated by the area's affluent residents. The museum has an art collection that rivals urban metropolitan museums, and includes works from Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Donald Judd, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Robert Rauschenberg, Antony Gormley and Ansel Adams.
Spread over the 150,000 square feet, the museum boasts major collections of modern and contemporary art, glass, photography, architecture and design and Native American and Western art. It has two outdoor sculpture gardens, a café featuring American and Continental cuisine, and a museum store that includes one-of-a-kind gifts and art-related merchandise.
The museum is open every day except Mondays and major holidays, and is always 75 degrees, providing a welcome respite from the Palm Springs summer triple-digit temperatures. It features free admission every Thursday evening from 4-8 p.m. and every second Sunday of each month.
The Living Desert's mission is desert conservation through preservation, education and appreciation.
The objectives of The Living Desert are to preserve a portion of the Colorado Desert in its natural state.
To foster, through interpretive exhibits, programs and publication, an awareness of, and an appreciation for, the variety of plants and animals in worldwide ecosystems.
To build up under controlled conditions, populations of various species of desert animals and plants threatened with extinction in the wild state
and to foster through cooperative research and educational programs, biological studies contributing to the protection of desert species in a wild state.