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Half-Day Jeep Tour of the San Andreas Fault
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Half-Day Jeep Tour of the San Andreas Fault

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Learn about California's geology and desert wilderness on a half-day Jeep tour to the San Andreas Fault. Drive through the Coachella Valley to the fault zone while hearing from your guide about native plant and animal life, local history, the Salton Sea, and earthquakes. Depending on your preference, you can take a nature walk in the desert or stay in the vehicle. You'll also stop by a date farm where you can try their signature date milkshake. Includes guide, transportation, and light refreshments.
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RC1969 wrote a review Nov 23
Fort Lauderdale, Florida359 contributions98 helpful votes
So interesting and fun to see all the aircraft for all ages. Great knowledgeable volunteers to answer any of your questions. Fun place!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Ryan K wrote a review Nov 22
Camarillo, California70 contributions30 helpful votes
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Had an afternoon in palm springs and wanted to see the air museum Currently kids under 13 are free , so that's great , aeroplane exhibits were really well planned out and all in great shape. The people working there take a great interest in what they do and are very friendly. It was very safe to walk around during covid and everyone respected the rules. Great afternoon, you can also watch planes arriving and leaving from airport next door
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Date of experience: November 2020
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pchnmain wrote a review Nov 8
LA/OC384 contributions131 helpful votes
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After many years, I finally paid a visit to the "Palm Spring Air Museum". I have toured a number of air museums, and this is ranks amongst the best I have visited. The reasons why I feel it is so good is because of the large number of specimens (aircraft) and thematic displays available; and a good number of the aircraft, having been restored, are functional. The air museum is located adjacent to the Palm Springs International Airport. There are four hangars: one hangar is dedicated to aircraft and associated displays related to the Second World War, Pacific Theater; a second is dedicated to the Second World War, European theater; a third is dedicated to the Korean and Vietnam era; and the fourth is dedicated to housing their B-17, miscellaneous displays, and maintenance machine shop. I visited in Late October--so Covid protocols were in force. Visitors were asked to wear face coverings. Admission was: $18.50 for adults, 18-65 years; $16.50 for seniors, 65 and older; $16.50 for retired military with ID; $16.50 for youth, 13-17 years; free for children under 5, if accompanied by a paying adult. The museum's website states they're "pet friendly to friendly pets". There is plenty of free parking. There are many docents on site, available to help and answer questions. Different people will have different degrees of interests. However, on this first visit, I spent over two and a half hours. There is just a lot of material available to look at.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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JasLev wrote a review Nov 6
Johannesburg, South Africa120 contributions37 helpful votes
Wonderful museum! Spectacularly set adjacent to the airport with desert and mountain surrounds. It puts fwd a very rich view of World War II in Europe and the Pacific, as well as a slice of Vietnam. Close to 70 beautiful machines, many of which are airworthy and several of which still fly. Even though it's 2020 and not all exhibits were open, and several planes are under repair, it's definitely worth the visit, I greatly enjoyed it (and I'm much more of a car guy than a plane guy).
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Date of experience: November 2020
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E and C P wrote a review Oct 2020
Sydney, Australia230 contributions50 helpful votes
In our 2 plus dozen visits over the years to the Palm Springs area we had never visited the Air Museum. It is a gem -/ with very, very knowledgeable volunteers. H
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Date of experience: October 2020
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