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Coachella Valley History Museum

Located in downtown Indio, the museum campus includes several historical structures and exhibits. The 1926 Smiley-Tyler House, for example, showcases the Indigenous Cahuilla people and their contribution to the growth of the region. It also features a...

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Cabot’s Pueblo Museum

Adventurer, artist, writer, and entrepreneur Cabot Yerxa came to homestead in Desert Hot Springs in 1913. Yerxa’s art, handiwork, and souvenirs from his travels are all on display in the Hopi-style pueblo he built by hand over 24 years.

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Palm Springs Cultural Center

There is always a lot going on at the Palm Springs Cultural Center! We highly recommend checking out the calendar to see what might be happening while you are visiting. This amazing non-profit center is the hub for independent films, live musicians, one...

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Rock The Park

Every first Wednesday of the month, Palm Springs Downtown Park hosts a free music concert. Each month a tribute band will be there to entertain at 7PM. Very popular with locals and visitors, we recommend you get there early to get the best seats, a great...

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Mogo Silent Disco

Mogo Disco is a 70 minute headphone dance party at rotating disclosed spots to dance and have fun with others in Downtown Palm Springs! It is only on Friday & Saturdays, and is a quickly spreading craze here in town. Participation is limited, so...

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Windmill Market

I know you are asking, why is a little market in 'activities' - It is because going here is a bit of an adventure, but one that might just be of interest to you. Windmill Market has the honor of winning the best Date Shake in Coachella Valley 4 years...

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Wandering Mojave Hiking Services

Wandering Mojave is a locally owned and operated hiking guide service that operates exclusively within Joshua Tree National Park. Lead Guide Travis Puglisi has spent the last 20 years wandering, on and off the trails, learning the secrets of the landscape...

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Villagefest

Every Thursday evening in downtown Palm Springs they block the traffic for 6+ blocks on Palm Canyon, and make way for a diverse array of local artisans, live entertainers, fresh fruits & vegetables, flowers, jewelry, art, and much more. There is also...

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Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve

Enjoy some of the 30 miles of trails, picnic areas, cool oases and wildlife and wildflowers and take a walk into the past in our rustic Visitors’ Center, the Palm House, a palm log cabin built in the 1930’s. Free admission, but donations are...

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