67616 E. Desert View Avenue Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
Admission: $13.00 – $11.00 for Seniors, Active Military, and children ages 6-12
Pueblo Museum is a Hopi inspired Pueblo that is a unique treasure to the Coachella Valley, located in the heart of Desert Hot Springs.
Preserving the rugged frontier spirit of the pioneer days in the Coachella Valley and also preserves the history of the life of Cabot Yerxa. His was a life of astonishing adventure, travel, long work and individualism.
The museum contains countless artifacts from his travels, and his own personal collection of Native American Crafts.
Cabot’s Pueblo Musuem is hand-made, created from reclaimed and found objects. The Pueblo is four-stories, 5,000 square feet and includes 35 rooms, 150 windows and 65 doors.
Cabot Yerxa discovered the hot springs that gave Desert Hot Springs its name. In 1914, he discovered a cool spring as well and decided to make the desert his home.
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum is open year-round for single tours, and scheduled group tours.
Learn more: http://www.cabotsmuseum.org/
A set of 24 solar panels on a nearby hillside provides electric power to the museum.