If you happen to be the type of traveler who can rest with ease when you know amazing golf courses, spas, and stunning views are well within reach, there’s absolutely no better place to spend your Spring Break this year than scenic Palm Springs, California. Adored for its year-round fantastic weather, incredible architecture, rich history, and easy access to fun, Palm Springs is a place that has a way of drawing visitors back time and again with good reason. With spring just around the corner, there’s no better time than now to make your travel plans and when you’re looking to elevate the fun, spending your Spring Break in Palm Springs is sure to inspire.

Take a History Tour with Celebrity Flair

For decades, Palm Springs has been a retreat for the stars. Those high-profile names in Hollywood looking to escape the glare of the cameras would, and continue to head this way to enjoy tranquility, natural beauty, and peace of mind. Many iconic celebrities have owned homes in the area through the years, so time spent here feels even more relaxing. For visitors, this means there’s always an opportunity to connect with celebrity past times when you arrive, and Spring Break is no exception. A fun activity to add to your Spring Break itinerary is to take a celebrity home tour where you can get an up-close look at the digs that once belonged to individuals like Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra. You’ll learn more about how these residents spent their time away from Hollywood and get an idea of their extravagant style standards too! There are also options to book tours of the city with a focus on the mid-century design elements that define the Palm Springs landscape. This is an ideal option for those with a passion for stunning structures and there’s a good chance that your favorites have hosted some big names throughout the years as well.

Savor a Spectacular View of Palm Springs This Spring

Take your Spring Break vacation to new heights this year when you head to Palm Springs and make time for a trip up the impressive Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. This is a massive rotating tramcar that provides passengers with a two-and-a-half mile ride up and over Palm Spring’s beautiful terrain. It’s an experience you’re going to want to have your camera ready for as panoramic views come into spectacular focus from a bird’s eye vantage point. Once you reach the summit, you can disembark and enjoy checking out restaurants, museums, and hiking trails before heading down once again.

Spend Some Quality Time Shopping in Good Company

If you and your traveling crew love to set aside some time for well-deserved retail therapy no matter where you roam, Palm Springs is a vacation destination that promises to please. Here, you’ll have easy access to top designer brand stores of all kinds, but there are also opportunities to access some fun area outlets when you’re looking to save. Head over to the nearby Cabazon Outlet Mall and enjoy well-recognized brands at amazing prices! It’s a fun place to browse for the best deals and shop your way through a spring day in Palm Springs at your own, preferred pace.

Make Time for Fun Museums

When you’re planning to spend time in Palm Springs over Spring Break with the entire family in tow, adding a few intriguing museums to the itinerary is always a good idea. If you’re looking to learn more about the area’s rich history, consider spending an afternoon exploring the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum. It’s a great place to browse exhibits and displays that showcase the indigenous culture of the region and how it’s impacted the Palm Springs that’s known by travelers today. Taking time to explore the Palm Springs Air Museum is also a great way to get inspired if you have a passion for military history. You’ll find incredible information here on the innovations within the aviation industry as well as an opportunity to get up close to planes that were used in World War II. The Palm Springs Art Museum is another wonderful stop for those who are looking for some artistic inspiration over Spring Break.

Hike Your Way to Fun

Indian Canyons sits just six miles south of central Palm Springs and is an ideal place to lace up your boots and hit the scenic desert trails over Spring Break. You’ll have options to explore routes that run through Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon, and Murray Canyon alike. These canyons sit on the reservation lands of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and are as rich in history and culture as they are scenic and inspiring. Pack plenty of water and leave for your hike early in the morning to enjoy added tranquility and opportunities to commune with nature this spring.

Book Your Spring Adventure to Palm Springs Today

Make more of every moment in Palm Springs when you book luxurious accommodations through Ryson Vacations. Reach out today to learn more about our exciting vacation rental selections available and to start planning your next adventure.

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