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In the Village Green Heritage Complex, this small free museum offers various cultural exhibits about the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians. The main topic covered is basket-making, ...
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This creative museum is a real hit with kids, who find innumerable ways to keep very busy among the various hands-on exhibits. From a rock-climbing wall and a rope maze to ...
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Drawing mostly older crowds, this variety show is performed by a lively cast -- singers, dancers, and other performers in their mid-50s or older and in incredible shape. Travelers ...
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The three southern canyons managed by the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians are Palm, Andreas and Murray Canyons, all of which offer hiking trails. On very hot days, one of these ...
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As water parks go, Knott's Soak City isn't huge. But if you want a day of fun sliding, floating, playing and wave-riding, this water park certainly delivers for many families. ...
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The Living Desert -- including a zoo, a rescue and treatment facility, and botanical gardens, is an educational and entertainment grounds all in one -- and a true must-see. Its ...
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The prime artery of Palm Springs, Palm Canyon Drive is where you'll likely find yourself strolling at some point during your desert stay. Lined with restaurants of every variety, ...
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Rides aboard what are reputedly the world's largest rotating Tram cars are only around 10-minutes long one-way, but they're a lot of fun and very worthwhile. As you zip up above ...
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If your kid likes airplanes, he or she will go bananas at this museum, whose vast hangar is filled with all manner of World War II aircraft, a few of which you can walk through. ...
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This mountain range, a two-hour drive east of Los Angeles, is most known for its charming village, Idyllwild. With landscape ranging from alpine meadows to manzanita groves, the ...
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This two-mile loop trail is a great way to explore some of the local wilderness considered sacred to the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indian people. Though much of the hike is in open ...
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On Thursday evenings, the Villagefest is the place to be. It transforms the desert city's downtown area into a street fair bustling with arty vendors, food, and entertainment. ...
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