There won’t be slim pickings for activities in The Golden State. At our hotel on Palm Canyon Drive, you have more than enough things to do in Palm Springs, like shopping, dining and local attractions. We offer the finest extended-stay amenities in the city to make sure it stays that way. Before taking your first step out the front door on your great California adventure, get the family energized with a day at our luxury outdoor pool, or hit the road after your daily regiment at our cutting-edge fitness center. The beautiful views you’ll enjoy from these facilities are sure to feed your passion for the outdoors.
Explore the history of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other indigenous cultures native to the Palm Springs area. Learn how traditional Cahuilla potters tell stories through their pottery and be inspired by their craftsmanship.
History comes alive while you explore over 59 vintage World War II and Korea/Vietnam-era aircraft. Four climate-controlled hangars contain 86,000 square feet of flyable and static planes, including more outside on the tarmac.
Within walking distance of Hyatt Palm Springs, this one-of-a-kind facility is a cultural and educational leader in the greater desert community, highlighting the works of prominent European and Native American artists.
An easy 20-minute drive from Palm Springs, no trip to Southern California is complete without a visit to this roadside attraction featuring Dinny and Mr. Rex, two enormous steel-and-concrete dinosaurs.
Palm Springs is home to one of the largest number of mid-century modern houses in America. Reserve a private or group tour through the famous homes of Palm Springs with one of TripAdvisor's top-rated architectural tour guides.
Take a day hike from Palm Springs to San Jacinto Peak. This trail offers one of the highest elevation increases of any day hike trail in the United States with a net elevation increase of over 10,000 feet.
Surreal geologic features and a fascinating variety of plants and animals are waiting to be discovered in this vast wilderness preserve in southern California. Come explore this US national treasure for yourself.