Enjoy everything under the sun!  When you’re ready for a little activity, there is no end to the local pleasures: golfing, hiking, shopping, gaming, sightseeing, entertainment, and desert nightlife.  Please see the list of attractions below.

Cabot’s Pueblo Museum

Adventurer Cabot Yerxa’s Hopi-inspired homestead with 35 rooms, 150 windows, 65 doors, 43-foot Indian monument, photos, and artifacts. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Info: cabotsmuseum.org

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Travel aboard the world’s largest rotating tram cars! Ride from the desert floor to a 14,000-acre pristine Alpine forest at 8,516 feet. 54 miles of hiking trails. Info: pstramway.com

Joshua Tree National Park

Two deserts, the Mojave and the Colorado, come together in Joshua Tree National Park. Fascinating plants and animals, dark night skies, and surreal geologic features add to the wonder of this vast wilderness. Info: nps.gov/jotr

McCallum Theatre

This state-of-the-art facility is a premier showcase for the performing arts including concerts, dance, opera, ballets, musicals, comedy, and magic. Info: mccallumtheatre.com

El Paseo Shops

The only premier, high-end, shopping destination in the entire Southern California desert region. World-class shops include Burberry, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, and more. Info: theshopsonelpaseo.com

Palm Springs Art Museum

Permanent collections include modern and contemporary art, Western and Native American, Mesoamerican artifacts, glass, photography and sculpture. Info: psmuseum.org

The Living Desert

1,200 protected acres of desert environments representing North America and Africa. Encounter more than 500 animals, tranquil gardens, hiking trails, and much more! Info: livingdesert.org

Desert Dunes Golf Club

Crafted by legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., this course is widely considered one of the best tests of golf in the valley. Info: desertdunesgc.com