With so many things to do in Greater Palm Springs, it’s nice to have a little guidance, and that’s where we come in. Our blog is your go-to place for finding the best ways to get your chill on in the oasis, and our stories cover everything from the hottest Sunday brunches and late-night desserts to must-see attractions and family-friendly hikes.

Your Palm Springs Getaway Guide

No matter what kind of vacay you’re planning, you’ll discover the best dining, shopping and exploring through the stories below. Planning a Palm Springs girls’ or guys' getaway? We have the perfect three-day itinerary (filled with vintage thrift-store treasures and blueberry custard French toast). Attending Coachella Music & Arts Festival for the first time? Let us fill you in on everything you need to know before you go. Visiting during the holidays? Don’t miss our guide to all the delicious holiday dining hot spots and festivities.

This Week in Greater Palm Springs

We also round up the best things to do and see in Greater Palm Springs every week, so you can start planning your escape to the oasis around can’t-miss happenings and must-see attractions, from temporary art exhibitions at the Palm Springs Art Museum to special live music and theater performances around town. You’ll also find sweet dining deals and hotel packages so you can save a little while soaking in all the sunshine and chill vibes.

Ready to find your own story? Scroll down for the best things to do and places to see in Greater Palm Springs.



Author: Elisabeth Brentano

Elisabeth Brentano is a writer/photographer based in California, but her wanderlust takes her all over the world to shoot landscapes, wildlife, and people. After working in a Los Angeles newsroom for nearly a decade, she traded her high heels for hiking boots, and she has been living on the road since 2016. Elisabeth hopes her stories and images will encourage the digital generation to explore more — and be mindful of the impact they have on the planet. Elisabeth has volunteered with environmental nonprofits in Africa and North America, and if she’s not stuck in front of the computer, she’s either hiking, camping or getting ready for the next big adventure. You can follow her at @elisabethontheroad on Instagram, or visit her website,

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