219 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
The Fusion of Art, Science, and Magic : make a reservation for a life-changing sound bath in a historic dome building
Out of this world experience and weird and wacky UFO history. Book a sound-bath in advance as reservations fill up quickly.
This is a place you have to google to really get the full low down. It’s pretty astounding. The Integratron is a historical structure — a resonant tabernacle and energy machine sited on a powerful geomagnetic vortex near Joshua Tree. Magnetometers read a significant spike in the earth’s magnetic…
I have actually not been here yet but it is on my to do list! Hard to get in so make your reservation months in advance for a guaranteed slot.
For a unique desert experience sign yourself up for a "sound bath" - be sure to make a reservation as far in advance as you're able. They fill up.
Unique things to do nearby
Places to stay nearby
Locals also recommend
“An old, western style saloon up in Pioneertown that serves food/drinks and is also a great concert venue. Be sure to check out their upcoming lineups and events. Often busy so arrive at off hours or expect to wait on weekends or show nights. ”
- 448 locals recommend
“Noah Purifoy was an outsider artist who made his home and studio in the desert north of Joshua Tree. That homesite is preserved by a foundation, and serves as a plein air monument to his prolific, eccentric practice. Take a moment to wander around, ask yourself about what constitutes assemblage art vs "junk farming," and ponder the curatorial challenges of maintaining a collection as-is in the harsh environment of the high desert. ”
- 148 locals recommend
“Our absolute favorite restaurant!! Reservations should be made in advance but sometimes there are a few walk-up seats available. Check out their instagram, sometimes they will post if they have availability. Shop at Teocali (a cute boutique store inside of a vintage trailer) next door while you wait!”
- 232 locals recommend
“Open from 7am-7pm everyday. A great place for breakfast or lunch or an afternoon snack. It’s also a good spot to get some work down with WiFi and quite a few outlets for charging. Located in Yucca Valley. ”
- 109 locals recommend