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The spirit of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians resounds throughout the Palm Springs Agua Caliente Cultural Museum.
Located at 219 South Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs, California, the museum maintains a strong commitment to preserving the most important holdings of this native culture to honor the legacy and history of the Agua Caliente people. The museum is a nonprofit organization that serves to enlighten visitors through educational programs, impressive exhibits, research and a movie screening, all of which retrace the footsteps of the Agua Caliente ancestry. There is a certain sense of community in the small museum, becoming a quaint setting for visitors to receive personal attention from staff and an intimate educational experience. While a new facility is scheduled for construction, the mission of the organization will remain to preserve the past, chronicle the present and cultivate the future. For more information, call the museum office at 760-323-0151.