An overlooked attraction in the Coachella Valley is the imaginative 35-room adobe house in Desert Hot Springs. Known as the Cabot Pueblo Museum, this historic home (5000 square feet) was built 1921-1945 from scavenged materials by Cabot Abram Yerxa, an ingenious and resourceful man who as a boy was fascinated with Hopi adobe architecture. Take the fascinating one-hour guided tour through this adobe house. Cabot's life was as interesting as his house is: he was an adventurous, enterprising young man whose journeys took him to Alaska during the Gold Rush, Seattle, Cuba, and Paris, where he studied painting. The pueblo-style home is located at the top of Desert Hot Springs with a good view of the Coachella Valley. It is an attraction that should not be missed. Judy was our excellent guide.
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