Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs

Desert Hot Springs
100% Mineral Water Spas!
Come soak your cares away!
Desert Hot SpringsIn the foothills, overlooking Palm Springs, only minutes from downtown, rich, healing mineral spring water feeds 22 boutique, mineral spa resorts. Desert Hot Springs has the only aquifer of thermal, mineral spring water in southern California. The rich pools of thermal, mineral springs can be enjoyed at any one of Desert Hot Springs at 22 boutique resorts, most with day passes available ...more
Hard Rock Hotel
150 South Indian Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, California 92262
Reservations: 866-217-8926
Hard Rock Hotel Palm SpringsWhether you’re a rock star, a celeb, or just a fan who wants to vacation like one, Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs will be your ultimate entertainment destination.

Simon Kitchen + Bar, the latest restaurant from celebrity chef Kerry Simon, dubbed the Rock ‘n’ Roll Chef by Rolling Stone Magazine, Kerry Simon has put together an amazing menu that is edgy, fun, and includes contemporary takes on the comfort foods we all love! ...more

Annenberg Theater
101 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Annenberg TheaterLocated at the Palm Springs Art Museum, the Annenberg Theater is a state-of-the-art 433-seat theater with continental seating and nearly perfect acoustics, home to vibrant performances of jazz, dance, comedy, classical and contemporary vocal groups, chamber ensembles and ...more

Cabot's Pueblo Museum
East Desert View Avenue
Desert Hot Springs, CA
Cabot's Pueblo MuseumFeaturing a Native American art gallery and authentic trading post, Cabot's Old Indian Pueblo Museum is a Hopi-styled structure painstakingly crafted over a 20-year period. Open Tuesday - Sunday 9-4, admission: $11 for adults, $9 for seniors, military and children 6-12, children under $6 are free ...more
Various locations throughout
Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
CasinosPalm Springs and the Coachella Valley boast some of the newest and most beautful casinos in all of Southern California. Here you will enjoy the new Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs, Casino Morongo, Fantasy Springs Casino, Agua Caliente Casino, Spotlight 29 Casino ...more
El Paseo
El Paseo Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260
El Paseo ShopsKnown as the Rodeo Drive Of The Desert, El Paseo is a unique shopper's paradise located in the heart of Palm Desert. Here you will find over 300 delightful discoveries including fashion, accessories, dining, home furnishings, jewelry and art. On El Paseo, there truly are treasures ...more
Golf & Tee-Times
Various locations throughout
Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Book Your Golf Tee Times!
Palm Springs Golf What Skiing is to Aspen and Gambling is to Las Vegas, Golf is to Palm Springs. With over a hundred Golf Courses and tournaments (Skins Game, Nabisco Dinah Shore), beautiful Palm Springs is truly the Golf Capitol of the World! ...more
Indian Canyons
Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
Tribal Council Office
Indian Canyons Fifteen miles long, Palm Canyon is one of the great beauty spots in Western North America. Its indigenous flora and fauna are breathtaking contrasts to the stark, rocky gorges and barren desert lands beyond. Visit the Trading Post for hiking maps, refreshments, Indian art and artifacts, jewelry and conversational cultural lore.
Joshua Tree National Park
74485 National Monument Dr.
Twenty Nine Palms, CA 92277
Tour Joshua Tree!
Joshua Tree National ParkThe nearly 800,000 acre park encompasses some of the most interesting geologic displays found in California's deserts. Arroyos, playas, alluvial fans, bajadas, pediments, desert varnish, granites, aplite, and gneiss interact to form a giant desert mosaic of immense beauty and complexity. ...more
Living Desert
47-900 Portola Avenue
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Living DesertMagnificent cats. Howling wolves. Breathtaking botanical gardens. Stroll, hike, dine and shop amid 1200 acres of scenic trails and exhibits. When you visit the African wildlife exhibits at The Living Desert, you will see some of the most unique and fascinating fauna found in what most people think as the “wasteland” of the world: the desert. ...more
Palm Springs Theatre
538 N. Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, California 92262
760-323-7365 (fax)

Moorten Botanical Gardens

A professional award winning theatre located in the heart of beautiful Palm Springs. Bill and Sylvia Layne had been coming to the desert for years with their family to vacation and visit relatives. They recognized that there was a need for high quality, professional, and affordable regional theatre in the greater Palm Springs area.

Palm Canyon Theatre opened its doors for the first production in the fall of 1997 with "The Desert Song" by Romberg, Harbach, and Hammerstein, setting the stage, as it were, for a series of award winning productions for more than 10 years...more

McCallum Theatre
73-000 Fred Waring Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Toll Free: 1.866.889.2787 (ARTS)
The McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts in Palm Desert has been widely acclaimed for its variety of events, superb acoustics and state-of-the-art sound system. Upcoming 2015 / 2016 concerts and events include: Bill Maher, Jason Petty, Choregraphy Festival, Al Jarreau, Kingston Trio, 42nd Street, Last Comic Standing, Merle Haggard, The Ten Tenors, Leann Rimes, Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Jersey Boys, Michael Feinstein, Yanni, Steve Tyrell, Disney's Beauty and The Beast & more! View and purchase McCallum Theatre tickets here...more
Moorten Botanical Gardens
1701 South Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, California 92264

Moorten Botanical GardensThe Moorten Botanical Gardens boasts 3,000 examples of desert cacti and plants grouped by geographic regions: Arizona, Baja California, California, Colorado, the Mojave desert, the Sonora desert, South Africa, arid South America, and Texas. Outdoor collections include agaves, bombax ...more


Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Palm Canyon Drive Home of the Palm Springs Walk of Stars and beautifully lined with majestic palm trees continuously lit in a wrapping of sparkling lights, Palm Canyon Drive (and Indian Canyon Drive beside it) features a goldmine of art galleries, restaurants, pubs and every kind of shop. Thursday nights are a must when the street is closed to traffic. ...more


Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
One Tramway Road
Palm Springs, CA. 92262
Get TRAM Tickets Here!

Palm Springs TRAMNo trip to Palm Springs is complete without a ride up the TRAM! Ascend 8,000 in the world's largest rotating tramcars. It is forty degrees colder at the top and a completely different world (more like the Smokey Mountains) than Palm Springs below. Great hiking, horse back riding, in winter, cross contry skiing and, of course, incredible views ...more


Palm Springs Air Museum
745 North Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Palm Springs Air MuseumThe Palm Springs Air Museum is dedicated to the restoration, preservation and operation of America's legendary fighters, bombers and trainer. It contains one of the world's largest collections of flying WWII airplanes. The significance of World War Two is unparalleled in all of the history of the world in that it was the greatest, most costly conflict ever fought, taking the lives of more than 70 million people.


Palm Springs Art Museum
101 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Palm Springs Art MuseumThe 125,000-square-foot Palm Springs Art Museum's permanent collections include 20th-century modern and contemporary art, Western American and Native American art, Mesoamerican artifacts, miniatures, two sculpture gardens with an international ...more


Palm Springs
Convention Center

277 North Avenida Caballeros
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Free Meeting Planner Guide!

Palm Springs The Palm Springs Convention Center provides a casual but elegant ambience for conventions, exhibitions and trade shows year round. On forty magnificent acres just three blocks from chic downtown amenities and Palm Canyon Drive, the Center also provides a new dimension to corporate meetings and other ...more


Palm Springs Walk of Stars
Along Palm Canyon Drive, Tahquitz
Canyon Way and Museum Drive in
Downtown Palm Springs.

Rudi Valentino, Liberace, Elizabeth Taylor, Elvis Presley, Shirley Temple, Buddy Rogers, Mary Pickford, Clark Gable, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Ginger Rogers, Gene Autry, Dinah Shore, Sonny Bono, Merv Griffin, Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford as well as hundreds more join the long list of celebrities who are honored along the streets of downtown Palm Springs ...more


Everywhere in Palm Springs!

WeatherThe weather is fabulous in Palm Springs because of one reason - the San Jacinto Mountains. Rising nearly vertically 9,000 feet beside Palm Springs, it is one of the steepest climbs in North America and the reason why the rain (and pollution) in Los Angeles can't get here!


Wind Energy Windmills
Adjacent to Highway 111 and the I-10
Freeway just north of Palm Springs
Tour The Windmills!

Immortalized in the helicopter chase in the movie Mission Impossible III, these fantastic windmills are an increasingly popular alternative source of energy. Wind turbine generators are a type of windmill that produces electricity by harnessing the wind. They require average wind speeds of at least 21 km/h (13 mph). The largest of these windmills stands 150 feet tall with blades half the legend of a football field. The compartments at the top containing the generator, hub and gearbox weigh 30,000 to 45,000 pounds. ...more


Wolf Mountain Sanctuary
Lucerne Valley, CA 92356
Tonya Littlewolf: Founder

Located only a seventy-five minute drive northwest of Palm Springs in the high desert, Wolf Mountain Sanctuary is one of the few sanctuaries which allows human interaction with the wolves, including the wolf stars of the Twilight movie series! If you're an animal lover, prepare yourself for one the most emotional experiences of your life. ...more


Year Round Whale Watching and Sportfishing
Newport Landing
309 Palm Street, Suite A
Balboa, CA 92661
SportfishingMost people don't realize that the beautiful ocean waters of Newport and Laguna Beach are a short 90 minute drive from Palm Springs! It's a great way to experience the best of both Southern California worlds ...more