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Joshua Tree Activities

Planning an exciting getaway is always something fun—especially when you’re lucky enough to have selected Joshua Tree, California as your final destination. This inviting and scenic location is loved by travelers from near and far with a heart for the great outdoors who can’t wait to explore a place that’s rich in history and nature alike. While it’s easy to assume that all of your time in this area will be spent exploring the National Park by the same name, Joshua Tree activities offer up much more to enjoy beyond the beauty of its natural landmarks. From art installations and museums to wellness studios, observatories, farmers markets and more, it’s a place that promises to inspire at just about every turn imaginable. When you’re looking to round out your Joshua Tree itinerary with stops that are unique and promise to delight, the following options are worth considering. Take a look and enjoy the possibilities that await when you make the most of all the activities Joshua Tree has to offer.

Noah Purifoy Outdoor Art Museum

Noah S. Purifoy was an African-American visual artist and sculptor, co-founder of the Watts Towers Art Center. Open to the public every day of the year from sun up until sundown and is free of charge.

Cedar & Sage Wellness Studio

Cedar & Sage Yoga Studio offers a variety of wellness classes including Vinyasa flow, Hatha, Yin, Tri-yoga, Barre Sculpt, and Pilates. They also provide an invigorating sound bath meditation class along with community hikes, workshops and special events. Their focus is to access many forms of wellness and movement to align mind,body, spirit and soul.


This historical structure is a resonant tabernacle sited in the magical Mojave Desert. Specializing in The Integratron Sound Bath/Virtual Sound Baths. A fusion of art, science, and magic. By Appointment Only.

Art Queen

Shari Elf’s hideaway gallery, Art Queen - where you can explore the World Famous Crochet Museum, buy a silkscreened “What Would Cher Do?” tank top, and wander through her found-object sculptures, such as the military vehicle turned concert stage.

Glass Outhouse Art Museum

A place that people from all over the world can come to and feel the magic of the Glass Outhouse art gallery. Unique outdoor art museum with rotating art shows hosted by local artists.

Joshua Tree Farmers Market

Saturday Farmers Market with local produce, eggs, flowers and locally crafted goods.

Sky's The Limit Obseratory

Sky's The Limit Observatory & Nature Center provides a place where the honest pursuit of knowledge enriches the lives of all willing to participate, whether to view the smallest objects on the Earth, or observe the colossal displays in the sky.​
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