Where to go with Children in Palm Springs

TomCat at Palm Springs Air Museum

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Where to go with Children in Palm Springs

If you’re looking for the ideal long Easter weekend vacation destination, you can enjoy a fabulous family holiday in Palm Springs with loads of activities for children of all ages.

Firstly you can hire superior rental accommodation in the form of condos, apartments and homes where you can enjoy your own base and relax in your own time. Then there are the attractions from the fantastic Aerial Tramway with breathtaking views to the Palm Springs Air Museum, where you can visit and see some of the greatest aircrafts.

Knott’s Soak City Water Park is a firm favorite for family’s holidaying in the area.  It offers great rides and includes an activity pool, water play structure, family raft rides, body slides and much more.

Rock Climbing 101

Rock Climbing 101 (Photo credit: Ann Arbor District Library)

Then there is the Uprising Rock Climbing Center where the entire family can enjoy rock climbing in a safe environment before heading off to the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert with over fifty hands on exhibitions.

If you were worried there isn’t anything for children in Palm Springs, think again, this is the perfect holiday destination for any family looking for sunshine, sparkling swimming pools, palm trees and relaxation.


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