MainTour San Diego Vacation Adventure
Big directory of local theme parks and other spectacular attractions,
entertainment, dining, world-class resorts, sports, recreation and much more.
Includes special features on Sea World, Legoland, Balboa Park, La Jolla, Coronado, local beaches, parks,
museums, special events and other famous venues.
California Wilderness Adventures
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Discover California's natural wonders when you explore to a scenic backdrop of amazing desert, mountain, islands and coastal terrain.
California features many exciting high wilderness adventures opportunities for
rock climbing, mountaineering, ocean sailing, camping, hiking and more.
Ramada Resort - Palm Springs CA
This full service hotel is located in the wind protected Smoke Tree area of Palm Springs.
This Courtyard Hotel is built around a magnificent garden and pool. Each guest room offers a balcony or patio with a spectacular view.
Twenty Mule Team Museum
26962 Twenty Mule Team Rd, Boron, CA; (760) 762-5810;
Open: Daily 10AM-4PM (Exc: Major Holidays); Free Admission
Located on a former borax mine campsite. Museum includes F-4 jet fighter and exhibits on local area history
including the borax mines, mule teams and Edwards AFB and NASA. Also on the grounds are early mining equipment
and an early 20th century railroad depot.
The Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum
15650 Seneca Rd, Victorville, CA; (760) 243-4547;
Open Daily: 9AM-5PM (Exc: Major Holidays); Admission;
Exhibits of memorabilia from these famous Western stars.
Victor Valley Museum and Art Gallery
11873 Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley, CA (760) 240-2111;
Open: Wed-Sat 10AM-4PM; Admission: $3
Exhibits featuring life, art, culture and history of the Mojave Desert.
Includes Native American handicrafts and artwork. Also artifacts from early settlers and pioneers of
the desert mining industry and George AFB.
Barstow Motherroad Route 66 Museum
681 N. First Avenue, Barstow, CA. 92311 ; 760-255-1890;
Open Fri-Sun : 11AM-4PM;
Located in the historic Harvey House in Barstow is this display of historic photographs and artifacts related to Route 66 and the Mojave Desert.
Includes exhibits on early pioneer trails, railroads and automotive history.
Las Flores Ave and China Lake Blvd, Ridgecrest, CA; (760) 375-6900;
Open Daily: 10AM-5PM (Exc: Major Holidays); Admission: $2;
Exhibits protraying life in the Upper Mojave Desert, including ancient American Native petroglyphs, art gallery,
and children's exhibits.
Death Valley Tourist Center -
Hi-Desert Nature Museum
57166 TwentyNine Palms Hwy (SR-52), Yucca Valley, CA; (760) 369-7212;
Open: Tues-Sun 10AM-5PM (Exc: Major Holidays); Donations;
Exhibits protraying life in the Lower Mojave Desert, including ancient American Native artifacts, mineral collection,
and mini-zoo featuring small desert animals.
World Museum Adventure Tour Guide
Special feature of MainTour to help you find the best musuems, libraries, galleries and science centers.
Palm Springs Art Museum
Founded in 1938, this Museum's permanent art collection features contemporary California art, classic western American art, Native American art; Precolumbian art, Mexican art, and European modern art; glass studio art, American mid-twentieth century architecture, and American photography.
Includes the Annenberg Theatre and Albert Frey House.
Palm Springs Air Museum
This museum exhibits the role of the World War II combat aircraft and the role the pilots and American citizens had in achieving this great victory.
It features One of the world's largest collections of flying World War Two warplanes.
Aqua Caliente Cultural Museum
Location : At the Village Green Heritage Center in the heart of downtown Palm Springs.
This museum preserves the nature spirit of the Aqua Caliente Band of the Cahuilla Indians.
Exhibits include the Tahquitz Canyon Archaeological Collection with over 50,000 artifacts from the oldest and largest village site
and is one of the most extensive excavation projects in California.
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