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  • Frank Sories
    San Francisco, CA214 contributions
    The location of this building is great, right at the entrance to Palm Springs and at the turnoff for the aerial tramway. The architecture is striking, and both the interior and exterior are well-maintained. The gift shop has some interesting items, and the free brochures/map are helpful. The map of important mid-century modern buildings costs $5.00, but I didn't mind paying because seeing these homes and other structures was the primary purpose of my visit to Palm Springs. I would recommend at least a short visit, even if just to appreciate the architecture by Albert Frey.
    Written 17 March 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Charlie C
    Coeur d'Alene, ID13 contributions
    Nice convention center! Everything was layed out well and they took Covid protocols quite seriously. Parking was $10 per day (which is reasonable) but the food was outrageously expensive. $5 for a small cup of popcorn, $4 for a can of coke, you get the idea. They even charged tax on the food!
    Written 6 February 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Susan S
    Philadelphia, PA1,025 contributions
    We paid $11 for a month long library card so we could take out some books while visiting PS. They also have speakers and events there.
    Written 4 February 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Eddy K
    Illinois2 contributions
    On March 2, a Monday - I entered the visitors center for information on how to fill the rest of the afternoon. At noon I checked out of my hotel nearby and enjoyed a tasty lunch at Sherman’s Deli and later a film at the cinema. With my wheeled luggage and a small tote bag atop it I walked in the door of the visitors center and was yelled at by a tall blond man, “You can’t bring that in here - Where’s security?!?” I stood there.and offered to leave my luggage at the door. But he continued to shout at me. “No!” The two woman at the desk said nothing. I responded to him, “No problem Sir.” And walked out the door.
    I was a tourist, visitor and a guest in the city and this encounter was so jarring in comparison to the professional and graciousness I had experienced so far on my fourth visit to Palm Springs . It occurred to me after I walked out of the center he, the man at the desk assumed I was a homeless person of color. My friends residing in Palm Springs have informed me there has been an increase of those that are homeless in the city. This is unfortunate on many levels. But this individual’s gross assumption was blatantly racist . Again, everywhere else I went in Palm Springs I was meet with courtesy and professionalism. My friends in Palm Springs work in the entertainment and hospitality professions and are appalled by this happening. My professional background is upmarket retail, theater and mixology - where one never assumes...
    The man at the visitors center is a negative representation of the city of Palm Springs.
    Written 12 March 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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