Palm Springs, California is an amazing place to visit with warm weather throughout the year, it is a terrific option for a romantic winter getaway or a fun place to visit for the whole family. Located at the edge of the Coachella Valley in the Colorado Desert, it is just 500 miles from the Bay Area and about 140 miles from San Diego. To enjoy your time in the city, consider taking in the following attractions that will provide you with lots to see and do.
PGA West Golf Course
PGA West offers beautiful scenery, 2000 acres of beautifully maintained property as well as five public golf courses and three Clubhouses all designed for your enjoyment. There is also a fitness club as well as sports facilities.
Adults $12 • Students $5 • Seniors $10
101 N. Museum Dr., Palm Springs
Palm Springs Art Museum
A world-class art museum, the Palm Springs Art Museum has been operating since 1938, although in this location since 1958. It offers permanent collections from modern art to Native American Art of the West, photography exhibits and an architecture and design collection.
Parking $5 per vehicle
Cost of tram is $25.95 per adult
1 Tram Way, Palm Springs
Joshua Tree National Forest
Hiking and sightseeing in the most amazing scenery and landscape is just one of the things to do in the Joshua Tree National Forest. There are also gardens and parks to visit offering some photographic opportunities that are unique to this part of the world.
Vehicle Permits $25,
Hikers or Bikers is $12 for a week
74485 National Park Drive,
Twentynine Palms, CA
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
For a chance to see Elvis and Priscilla’s home from 1966 to 1967 and to tour where they spent their vacation, plan to tour the unique Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway, formerly known as the Las Palmas Estate. The tour will be lead by a look-alike Elvis or Priscilla, which just adds to the fun.
$35 for adults,
$15 for 11 years or younger.
1350 Ladera Circle, Palm Springs
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