Palm Springs

Palm Springs welcomes visitors to its new dynamic downtown with stylish hotels, new fashionable restaurants, new chic shops and boutiques, new fun entertainment venues, as well as public spaces for gathering, celebrating, and relaxing. With warm days and balmy nights, this complements the ambiance of Southern California. With 360 days of sun-kissed weather and drop-dead gorgeous scenery, it’s no wonder Palm Springs is like no place else and a comeback as Hollywood’s playground with a growing nightlife, burgeoning art scene and edgy vibe. Wearing a favorite vintage outfit, shopping for midcentury modern treasures in Uptown Design District, dining alfresco in downtown bistros under the warm sun…now that’s a visit.

It could be the surge of super hip (and becoming super large) events like the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Modernism Week, and Coachella and Stagecoach Music Festivals.  Or the openings of incredibly unique museums such as the Architecture and Design Center in downtown Palm Springs.

This is a place to relax.  The colors are saturated by the warm desert light, and the living is easy. Nestled at the base of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains, the City of Palm Springs is the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The streets, lined with palm trees, are perfect for exploring boutique shops, art galleries and museums while soaking up the warm sunshine.

Soar to the top of Mount San Jacinto on the world famous Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, play a round of golf at Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort, or hike the ancient palm groves of the Indian Canyons. In the evening, stroll the year round Villagefest, then relax with a swim under the evening stars.

Local Attractions

Palm Springs Film Festival

Palm Springs Convention Center

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Palm Springs Walk of Stars

Agua Caliente Casino

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum

Children’s Discovery Museum

Living Desert Zoo & Gardens

Moorten Botanical Gardens

Palm Springs Air Museum


Indian Canyons


Palm Springs Golf

Often referred to as the “golf capital of the world,” Palm Springs is famous as one of the most popular destinations for golf vacations in the United States. With over 125 pristine golf courses, sunny weather, and scenic desert beauty, there’s a reason why Palm Springs golf vacations are so popular.

Escena Golf Club

Mesquite Golf & Country Club

Seven Lakes Country Club

Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort

O’Donnell Golf Club

Tommy Jacobs Bel Air Greens

Indian Canyons Golf Resort



Downtown Palm Springs

Palm Canyon Drive is the heart of downtown Palm Springs. Just three blocks away from the Renaissance Hotel & Spa, it’s where you’ll find all the shops, galleries, restaurants and attractions that make Palm Springs a wonderful place to visit.

Downtown Palm Springs is host to over 500 businesses, including world-class restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, shops, and more. Here, the streets are lined with majestic Palm Trees that illuminate with sparkling lights at night. A stroll down Palm Canyon Drive and Indian Canyon Drive is a must to truly savor the delightful flavor of Palm Springs, California.



Arts and entertainment

McCallum Theatre

The McCallum Theatre is the premier entertainment venue in Palm Desert, California. For the past 23 years, the McCallum has provided outstanding programming in all artistic genres. Their mission is to entertain and educate the public by offering a variety of performing arts that reflect the people, interests and tastes of the diverse community. Named after a pioneer desert family, the McCallum Theatre is one of the country’s finest theatres by audiences, entertainers and peers alike.

Palm Springs Art Museum

Spread over the 150,000 square feet, the museum boasts major collections of modern and contemporary art, glass, photography, architecture, design, Native American and Western art. It has two outdoor sculpture gardens, a café featuring American and Continental cuisine, and a museum store that includes one-of-a-kind gifts and art-related merchandise.


Annenberg Theater

Enjoy Palm Springs comedy, jazz, classical or dance at the 433-seat Annenberg Theater! This intimate theater is located in downtown Palm Springs, where you’ll enjoy nearly perfect acoustics by the applauded artists who grace their stage. This Palm Springs theater is located on the lower level of the Palm Springs Art Museum.

Palm Canyon Theatre

Located in downtown Palm Springs, Palm Canyon Theatre opened its doors in 1997 with “The Desert Song” by Romberg, Harbach and Hammerstein. Here, they set the stage for a series of award-winning productions for more than 10 years.  Check out the only professional theatre in the Coachella Valley!