There's always something going on in Palm Springs. The temps may change, but the picture-perfect resort-like atmosphere remains. Greater Palm Springs' sunny days and warm winter weather make this historic city a year-round playground. There's plenty to do for those who enjoy being active—and even those who would rather kick back and relax!
Summer in the desert can be brutal, but don't let that stop you from visiting Palm Springs. It is indeed possible to have a fabulous time without breaking a sweat or sacrificing the full experience. We'd like to suggest a few shaded and indoor activities to help you plan a most enjoyable visit, any time of year.
While enjoying your Palm Springs vacation rental, you may want to add some culture and color to your desert experience at the renowned Palm Springs Art Museum.
The Palm Springs Art Museum began as a museum about the desert, but now it is an oasis for art of all kinds. While you're at the Museum, be sure to check out their permanent collection, special exhibitions, and their Artists in Residence.
Looking for something great to do while staying in one of ModMansions' Palm Springs Vacation Rentals? Come see the Andy Warhol exhibit at the Palm Springs Art Museum. The founding father of Pop Art will have his works on display for three months at the spacious two-story Palm Springs Art Museum. The exhibit will be held from Saturday, March 3 through Monday, May 28th.
You are finally on vacation - it is time to kick back, relax, and have some fun! There is just one problem: What should you do? The possibilities seem endless, but you are not sure what is really worth it. We know the struggle! Below, five activities are discussed to get you started.
Looking for great indoor experiences and day trips to take during your Palm Springs vacation rentals stay this summer or fall? Palm Springs Art Museum has some great new exhibits coming up, plus so much more to offer! Displayed throughout the museum's 150,000 square foot space, you'll find extensive collections of famous artists, including Picasso, Chagall, Warhol, and more. The museum also features two sculpture gardens, a cafe, and a museum store with unique gifts and trinkets to memorialize your visit.