Things to Do & See in Palm Springs

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Things to Do & See in Palm Springs

There is always something to do and see in Palm Springs

Check out some of the stand-out activities and sights in and around Palm Springs with real estate agent, Alan Bloom.

The Coachella Valley becomes the artist’s canvas for Desert X

Every two years, the desert comes alive with incredible art installations that are a ‘must see’.

One of the newest area developments, Miralon 

Miralon combines new and modern home design with the natural beauty of the Coachella Valley.

A new development provides gorgeous vistas  

Pinnacle Point is a new development overlooking south Palm Springs. Only 9 homesites are available, offering fabulous views of the Coachella Valley below.

The newest area development, One Las Palmas

One Las Palmas is a new development in the Vista Las Palmas neighborhood of Palm Springs. Designed for outdoor luxury living, these homesites will be selling fast.

Cody Places offers true live, work, play opportunities

Cody Place is a new development right next to  Downtown Palm Springs. It’s a cool townhome community with multiple models and tons of customizations!

Elan, get in early on this new project

Elan is an exciting new development planned to have 56 single family homes and 25 townhomes. It’s in its early stages of development, so you can have the ‘pick of the litter’ if you are interested in taking a look now.

Forever Marilyn Statue Returns Home

The “Forever Marilyn” is back in Palm Springs, where she belongs! The 26 ft. statue has been re-installed right next to the new City Park, a city amenity now under construction.

Palm Spring’s ‘Stress-Free’ Airport

Palm Springs is easily connected to the rest of the country and to the world with its International airport, voted “One of the Top 10 Stress-free airports in the U.S.”

Feeling lucky?! Visit one of Several Casinos in Palm Springs

Because the Aqua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indian Reservation is the largest landowner in Palm Springs, there are several casinos in the area that not only provide for gambling, but great dining and entertainment.

FORE! Or how about a HUNDRED!… golf courses, that is?

Whether you are looking for a week on the golf course, or just a quick round on the ‘back nine’, Palm Springs has over 100 golf courses to meet your golfing desires.

Plan to attend one of these Fall Events in Palm Springs

The upcoming Palm Springs Events Calendar is full of exciting options – from Professional tennis tournaments, Pride Week, the Festival of Lights, not to mention the holiday season.. Don’t miss out on these upcoming activities.

Discover the Culinary Delights of Palm Springs at Trio Restaurant

Dining out in Palm Springs is always a tasty adventure. And Trio Restaurant is Alan Bloom’s favorite dining spot and is a great example of the culinary delights to be found in the area.

The Downtown Park provides new gathering spaces to Palm Springs

The newly opened Downtown Park in Palm Springs brings a new outdoor gathering spot to the city with gathering spaces, water features for the kids, and a stage for live entertainment events.

Tour the Palm Springs Windmills

A great daytime activity, touring the Palm Springs Windmill Farm gives visitors a real sense of the power of renewable energy. These windmills help to light up the Coachella Valley and southern California.

The Uptown Design District Offers the Ultimate in Palm Springs Style

The Uptown Design District includes local and nationally recognized shops for home furnishings, clothing, and accessories. The wide selection of styles offered provides everything you need to create that perfect Palm Springs style.

View the Coachella Valley from above on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Ride the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway to view the Coachella Valley from over 8,000 feet above it. While you’re there, make it a day with a nature hike, lunch, and a drink.

The Coachella Valley is a diverse mix of different communities

When many people refer to Palm Springs, they are most often referring to the entire Coachella Valley. Learn more about the unique communities that you will find in the valley.

El Paseo, the ‘Rodeo Drive’ of the Desert

El Paseo in Palm Desert is the ‘Rodeo Drive’ in the desert. Bring your wallet and have a great day of shopping, eating, and enjoying yourself.

Get Wild at the Living Desert Zoo & Gardens

In the Coachella Valley, The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens is one of the biggest attractions with a mission to conserve and preserve all of the plant and animal life in the area. It has been recognized as one of the best zoo and botanical gardens in the U.S.

Shop Locally at the Palm Springs Farmers Market

The outdoor Farmers Market in Palm Springs is held every Saturday morning in front of the Palms Cultural Center from April to May. The rest of the year, it moves indoors to Palm Springs Pavilion a couple of blocks away. Plan to get the freshest foods and flowers when you get there!

Additional Resources regarding the Palm Springs Area

Visit Greater Palm Springs | Palm Spring Life Magazine | Desert Sun | Desert Star Weekly