solar eclipse

Solar Eclipse Viewings Set in Greater Palm Springs

The last total solar eclipse was 40 years ago, and this one will be mainly visible in the U.S. on Aug. 21.

Site Staff Attractions

Greater Palm Springs will host viewing parties during what is being called the Great American Eclipse Aug. 21. The total solar eclipse, the first in nearly 40 years, will cross the United States beginning around 9 a.m. in Madras, Oregon, and finish around 4 p.m. in Columbia, South Carolina. Locally, the solar eclipse can be viewed at three viewing events:

honeymoon

Hot for Honeymoons

Warm sunshine and luxe suites set the stage for a sizzling escape. 
Just add your idea of a good time.

Lisa Marie Hart Weddings Planner

Why wait for the honeymoon? Cruise in early for spa days and pool time. Then linger as long as you can after the festivities wind down. Planning a wedding can test the strongest will. A week or two in the desert is just the antidote for stressed-out nerves and runaway jitters. Check in to a tricked-out suite with pampering amenities

day-trips

Feast for Families

What to do in November in Greater Palm Springs when family activities beckon.

Site Staff Day Trips

November is a time for family get-togethers and visits to grandma and grandpa’s house. So, what’s available for a short family excursion or a day trip for the young ones? The hangars at Palm Springs Air Museum are consistently ranked among the top aero museums in the country. The space
showcases World War II combat aircraft, but the museum’s location adjacent