Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Palm Springs
(4.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The gift shop is the best part of this "museum". Some interesting pieces. Interesting to see how this bank building was converted. The vault houses a small bookshop. Otherwise nothing much to see. It'...  more »
  • Such a great addition to Palm Springs culture. It is a quick visit and worth it every time. Even just visiting the building is a treat as it is an architectural treasure. The restoration on this moder...  more »
  • We happened on this lovely building when we parked along the street for lunch. We were intending to visit the main museum and at first thought this was it. The building is wonderful, but what REALLY m...  more »
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  • This wonderful piece of mid-century modern architecture also holds one in exhibit at a time. The museum docents are incredibly friendly and chatty with tremendous insight to the local architecture! Best of all, the visits are free! I come here everytime I'm in town.
  • This was the cutest place! It was a great little stop for my family (2 kids included). The people were friendly, lots to looks at, and A/C!! What else do you need??!
  • On display until September are very nice architect drawings. Very helpful staff too! Worth a stop
  • Stumbled in here after a delicious, bottomless mimosa brunch. The Bauhaus exhibit I saw there was awesome... because Bauhaus.
  • Must visit for anyone with even a passing interest in architecture. Great examples of furniture design that you can sit in, and best of all, it's currently free for then next two seasons (years)!