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Popular Attractions in Palm Springs

If you're a first time visitor to Palm Springs, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Palm Springs.

What are some good attractions in Palm Springs?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Palm Springs.

Palm Springs Art Museum
101 N Museum Dr Palm Springs, CA

(760) 322-4800
Indian Canyons
38500 South Palm Canyon Drive Riverside, CA

(760) 323-6018
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
1 Tramway Road Palm Springs, CA

(760) 325-1391
Trina Turk
891 N Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, Ca
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
1 Tram Way Palm Springs, CA

(760) 325-1449
Palm Springs
277 E Alejo Rd Palm Springs, CA

(760) 323-8299
Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs, CA
Tonga Hut
254 N Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, CA
Just Modern
901 N Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, CA

(760) 322-5600
Moorten Botanical Garden
1701 S Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, CA

(760) 327-6555
Nature's Health Food & Cafe
555 S Sunrise Way #301 Palm Springs, CA
JW Marriott Resort & Spa Desert Springs Hotel Palm Desert
74855 Country Club Dr Palm Desert CA 92260 USA Palm Springs, CA
Forever Marilyn
101 N. Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, CA
LG's Steakhouse
225 S Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, CA
1800 E Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, CA

(760) 323-1711


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"One of my favorite hikes is the South Lykken Trail I from either the end of Ramon Rd or starting at the Palm Springs Art Museum parking lot."  See More

"Indian Canyons you can go for a nice hike."  See More

"For things to do, I'd recommend going up to Palm Springs Aerial Tramway."  See More

"You'll find Trina Turk, Just Modern, Just Fabulous Palm Springs and the newly renovated The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five among others."  See More

"You must go to Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, its on average 30 degrees cooler than in Palm Springs, and absolutely beautiful with well maintained trails."  See More

"Palm Springs - 2 hours from LA, this is a great place to go and stay at a fancy hotel"  See More

"The Viceroy has a restaurant called Citron that is one of my favorite places in the world to be and the Parker has a spa called PSYC Spa that is one of the most amazing spas I've ever been to in my life."  See More

"Just down the street is the Tonga Hut with a second floor balcony patio and great tiki drinks and small plates."  See More

"Check out Peabody's Cafe and Bar and do the Moorten Botanical Garden."  See More

"I also really like Nature's Health Food & Cafe."  See More

"Stay at the JW Marriott Resort & Spa Desert Springs Hotel Palm Desert, a beautiful hotel with great rates in the summer."  See More

"Back when I used to eat meat a friend took me to Kaiser Grille and I remember it being pretty good but not as good as LG's Steakhouse which is just insanely incredible."  See More

"Birba for pizza & cocktails (sister restaurant to Cheeky's) El Jefe at the Saguaro Hotel for Taco Tuesday."  See More

Where can I find out more about Palm Springs?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Palm Springs locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Palm Springs.

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