Palm Springs Historical Society
John McCallum, the first permanent white settle of Palm Springs, had an adobe house built for him in 1884, and along with Miss Cornelia White’s “Little House,” it makes up the museums of this nonprofit started by Melba Berry Bennett in 1955. Inside the adobe, browse through the historic items that include Native American artifacts, tools, and pictures. The “Little House” is also full of antiques and was built in 1893 with wood from an old railroad. Events are often held here, and tours and memberships are available.