The Cabot Museum is a great place to visit whether to take a tour of the pueblo or to walk the grounds. The grounds provide amazing views of San Jacinto Mountain and as well as the valley floor. The historical tour explains how one man's dream became a reality in the one of a kind adobe structure that once served as a trading post. Today you can buy crafts from local artisans as well as pottery from the Mata Ortiz potters in Mexico and silver jewelry. When visiting the Coachella Valley, the museum is a nice change from the golf, glitz and glamor of the surrounding desert cities, providing a glimpse of how the valley's settlers lived. Local history site for anyone interested in the desert.