The history of Palm Springs is one where developers, visionaries, and quite a few celebrities came together to make the town we know today.
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The mouse arrives in the desert, as Palm Springs Air Museum opens an exhibition showcasing Walt Disney’s Gulfstream.
In the glow and shelter of the sun and mountains, Palm Springs became a place where people want to be.
Palm Springs, just a village in the 1930s and ’40s, marked the pinnacle of holiday festivities compared to today’s Greater Palm Springs.
“Palm Springs Getaway” takes audiences on a trip through history of how the city became the destination it is today at Palm Canyon Theatre.
Welcome to the Coachella Valley. Discover the backstories and amenities that make each of the nine desert cities unique and vibrant.
Constructed in 1884, the McCallum Adobe is the oldest building still standing in Palm Springs. It was moved to its current site in the 1950s.
Greater Palm Springs has a history as rich as its beauty. Here’s are 50 scene-shifting moments that made the desert a sweet spot in SoCal.
A century ago, Nellie Coffman single-handedly made Palm Springs a visitor destination. But you won’t find a city landmark honoring her.