The Living Desert and the Palm Springs Art Museum are giving members free admission to both spots during the summer

Living year-round in the desert has its benefits.

While the snow birds have headed north, those of us in the desert can take advantage of a summer program announced by the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens and Palm Springs Art Museum on Tuesday. The two Greater Palm Springs attractions have partnered to give members of either organization free admission to both establishments through September.

Members of The Living Desert are allowed free entry into all three Palm Springs Art Museum locations: main museum, Architecture + Design Center, and The Galen and Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden in Palm Desert. Palm Springs Art Museum members receive free entry to The Living Desert.

To take advantage of the offer, guests are to show their membership card at admissions.

“Our members love the partnership with The Living Desert and the added value it brings during summer months,” said Michael Hinkle, Director of Membership & Donor Relations at Palm Springs Art Museum. “We encourage everyone to explore memberships at these institutions and enjoy the culture and wildlife that’s unique to our desert.”

To get more info on the Living Desert, head over here. For the Palm Springs Art Museum, head here.


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