“Pueblo museum built from reclaimed materials”
A top attraction in the Palm Springs area, Cabot's Pueblo Museum is a Hopi-inspired pueblo that is a unique treasure in the Coachella Valley, located in the heart of Desert Hot Springs. The structure 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. Visitors will notice many unique features: including windows and doors collected and reassembled from abandoned homesteads, old telephone poles, buck board wagon parts and many other materials used creatively. On the guided tour, visitors journey through the life of Cabot Yerxa and his family including artifacts collected from their adventures dating back over 100 years. Hear his story from the Dakota Territory to Mexico, Cuba, Alaska, France and throughout California & the Southwest, including the founding of Desert Hot Springs, California.
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Cabot's Old Indian Pueblo Museum
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