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The total driving distance from Palm Springs, CA to Phoenix, AZ is 272 miles or 438 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Palm Springs, California. It ends in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona. It is also the sunniest metropolis, surrounded by mountains and Sonoran Desert landscape. Phoenix provides visitors ample outdoor adventures and miles of hiking trails.
Also, visit the internationally acclaimed Heard Museum. Learn about American Indian arts and cultures as you visit the 11 exhibit galleries and outdoor courtyards featuring traditional and contemporary American Indian Art.
The Phoenix Art Museum is the largest in the southwest. The museum has a collection of over 17,000 American, Asian, European, Latin American and Western American art, photography and fashion design. The art of the American West is an important part of the Museum’s collection. Find 19th and 20th-century paintings by artists like Georgia O’Keefe, Albert Bierstadt, Walter Ufer, Ernest Martin Hennings and more.
The Musical Instrument Museum is the world’s only global musical instrument museum. It has over 15,000 instruments and artifacts from all over the world. You can find instruments from John Lennon, Elvis Presley, Taylor Swift and more.
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