Local Venues in the Coachella Valley
The Living Desert - La Quinta, CA
The Living Desert is a non-profit zoo featuring many spectacular animals from the African savannah. They are engaged in the preservation, conservation and interpretation of the desert and its wild life. Established in 1970, the Living Desert has been providing many years of wonderful experiences for families across the Coachella Valley.
To find out more, please visit The Living Desert website.
Cabot's Pueblo Museum - Desert Hot Springs, CA
Explore the history of Desert Hot Springs in this amazing pueblo hand-crafted from reclaimed and found materials. Visitors journey through the life of Cabot Yerxa and his family and their journey through many states, topping it off with the discovery of Desert Hot Springs and its world famous waters. Find out about the local Native Americans and their craft of jewelry, tools and more.
To find out more, please visit the Cabot's Pueblo Museum website.
Palm Springs Art Museum - Palm Springs, CA
Providing extraordinary creative encounters based on its collections of modern and contemporary art, the Palm Springs Art Museum is a place you'd have to see to believe. Many forms of art are gathered here to provide an inspiring and unique experience like no other. With paintings, sculptures and other pieces come from important artists, both local and nationwide.
To find out more, please visit The Palm Springs Art Museum website.
Indian Canyons - Coachella Valley, CA
Spanning across most of the Coachella Valley, these incredible pieces of Native American land are home to a wide variety of plant and animal life. Many hiking trails with beautiful views and oases scattered throughout. This is a fabulous spot for the casual hiker and hobbyist alike. Rivers flowing throughout and serene atmospheres for the whole family to enjoy.
To find out more, please visit the Indian Canyons website.
Moorten Botanical Garden - Palm Springs, CA
A dream come true for the plant lover, with spectacular cacti, flowers and trees of a wide variety of species. The Moorten family, local desert plant life specialists turned their place of residence into a living museum full of desert lore. There's something for everyone at the garden, including beautiful crystals, gold mine relics, ancient fossils and even cute turtles.
To find out more, please visit the Moorten Botanical Garden website.
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway - Palm Springs, CA
With spectacular views of the valley below and a vast wood to explore, the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is a world famous experience that takes you over 10,000 feet onto Mt. San Jacinto's peak. Fine dining and entertainment await at the top of the mountain at the Tramway station, and the cable care ride is an adrenaline-pumping and fun experience.
To find out more, please visit the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway website.
McCallum Theatre - Palm Desert, CA
Built as a state-of-the-art performance center, the McCallum Theatre was built with the purpose of enriching the lives of Coachella Valley residents and travelers alike by making the performing arts available to as many as possible. The McCallum Theatre has been praised as one of the country's finest presenting theaters by audiences, entertainers and peers.
To find out more, please visit the McCallum Theatre website.
Wet 'N Wild Water Park - Palm Springs, CA
Fun for the whole family awaits at Wet 'n Wild Water Park! Ten fun-filled attractions bring endless fun and thrills to visitors young and old, and the refreshments stand always provides delicious food and drink. And you can always take a load off and relax on the 600-foot long Sunset River, or for the more daring, take on the 7-story high Tidal Wave Tower for a real adrenaline rush.
To find out more, please visit the Wet 'n Wild Water Park website.
Palm Springs Air Museum - Palm Springs, CA
The Palm Springs Air Museum is dedicated to educating the public about how Air Power helped to maintain our liberty and way of life in America. Preserving, exhibiting, and even flying aircraft from as far back as World War II, and giving tours of the inside of these incredible birds. Many of the docents are veterans who share their experiences and sacrifices for the education of future generations of Americans.
To find out more, please visit the Palm Springs Air Museum website.
Lake Cahuilla - La Quinta, CA
Located at the base of the Santa Rosa mountains in Old Town La Quinta, Lake Cahuilla Park offers an incredible camping experience. With fishing, horseback riding, hiking and more, it provides a vast amount of fun and enjoyment for all to enjoy. The cascading lake is the highlight of this adventure, spanning 135 acres, it is perfect for boating and fishing.
To find out more, please visit the Lake Cahuilla park page.
Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival - Indio, CA | ANNUAL EVENT
Save the dates! This festival only appears through 9 days of the year! February 15-24, 2019, you can enjoy the many venues and attractions this festival has to offer. This event is dedicated to providing residents of the Coachella Valley and visitors alike a unique and amazing experience. Enjoy delicious fair food, fun rides, petting zoos, live shows and more at this "once in a blue moon" event!
To find out more, please visit the Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival website.
Boomers! Palm Springs - Cathedral City, CA
Indoor minigolf exists, and it's right here in Cathedral City! And they have Go Karts, Bumper Boats, and A Climbing Rock Wall! Plus an arcade/game room and food area to unwind. Fun for the whole family!
To find out more, please visit the Boomers Palm Springs website.
Zombie Walk - Palm Springs, CA | ANNUAL EVENT
A zombie hoard is invading Palm Springs during Villagefest every last week of October. Hundreds of zombies will shamble up Palm Canyon drive in search for flesh. Walk among them yourself and get the full zombie experience simply by dressing up as a zombie and be sure to attend the various halloween events and contests taking place during Villagefest as well!
To find out more, please visit the Zombie Walk website.
Festival of Lights Parade - Palm Springs, CA | ANNUAL EVENT
Signature floats, beloved characters and tons of Christmas spirit. The Palm Springs Festival of Lights parade is a yearly tradition presented by Palm Springs. Held on the first Saturday of every December since 1992. This year it's December 5, 2015 at 5:45 PM as the sun begins to set. Come see beautiful floats adorned with spectacular lights and familiar faces!
To find out more, please visit the Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade website.
Candy Cane Lane - Cathedral City, CA | ANNUAL EVENT
Candy Cane Lane is a short-lived community event in which the neighborhood of Minerva Road running through the last week of November to January 1. Many come to see the amazing decorations on the homes of dedicated Christmas fanatics. Giant light statues, amazing light shows and even a fire truck decked out with Christmas cheer.
To find out more, please visit the Candy Cane Lane website.