A glamorous and star-studded resort town overflowing with art and culture
Palm Springs enjoys a rich history that dates back to the early days of Hollywood when film stars like Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra made it their playground. Today, the community retains its Old Hollywood glamor while embracing a more modern sensibility. Arts and culture are a big part of life here, with numerous museums, galleries and performance venues to enjoy.
Of course, spending time outdoors enjoying the city’s famous climate is a favorite pastime in Palm Springs. From hiking near waterfalls and up high in the mountains to simply lounging poolside, there are myriad ways to enjoy sunshine and clear skies in Palm Springs. Its real estate market is dynamic, featuring world-famous Mid-Century Modern showplaces, attractively priced condos, golf course homes and historic estates.
What to Love
Rich history and culture
Up-close mountain views
Palm Springs is a desert oasis that is rich in architecture and natural beauty. Outdoor recreation is enormously popular, with visitors and residents seeking countless ways to enjoy biking, hiking, strolling and exploring. After dark, the town comes alive with music, laughter and the scent of delicious culinary creations all along Palm Canyon Drive. The vibe is small-town, uptown, casual and relaxed all at once, and residents are friendly and welcoming. There is a strong sense of community in Palm Springs, with residents taking great pride in their city.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
While dining, shopping and entertainment attractions are spread throughout the city, Palm Springs’ vibrant Downtown is where it’s at. With Palm Canyon Drive lined with shops, restaurants, and unique businesses, there is truly something for everyone. Local dining options are plentiful and growing, with reservations highly recommended during season. Step out for breakfast, grab a lunch overlooking the golf course, or retreat to a private room in one of Palm Springs chic high-end eateries.
Things to Do
There is never a shortage of fun and interesting things to do in Palm Springs. Every spring, thousands converge on the city to enjoy Modernism Week, a local celebration of Mid-Century Modern architecture and design. Splash House is an annual music festival that takes place at several different venues across the city, and fans of film and celebrities follow the spotlights to the annual Palm Springs International Film Festival.
The award-winning Palm Springs Unified School District has created ideal learning environments at each of its campuses, from kindergarten through 12th grade. The theater and stadium at Palm Springs High School are state-of-the art, and every school offers a supportive and challenging curriculum with access to excellent resources and teachers.
59,169 people live in Palm Springs, where the median age is 57.8 and the average individual income is $46,103.99. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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