Top Amazing Sights of Beverly Hills

Southern California’s southernmost region has beautiful beaches, and a Mediterranean climate that provides the feeling of endless summer.

Rodeo Drive

There are also palm trees and Bentleys right next to it. If you hear a sudden swell of shutter clicks, it is likely that an A-list celebrity is nearby.

Beverly Gardens Park

The 40-foot-long Beverly Hills Sign may be the most well-known sight in the park. The iconic sign is located on top of a lily-pond

Beverly Hills Restaurant

Every visit to Beverly Hills brings you a new restaurant. The Grill at the Alley is a long-standing favorite, located near Two Rodeo Drive.

Greystone Mansion

Greystone’s interior is usually closed to the public except for special events or private tours. There is plenty to see and do, even with the sunny weather.

Franklin Canyon Park

There are many trails that run the length of the park. The closest trails to Beverly Hills include the 0.3-mile Discovery Trail, and the 2.3 mile Hastain Trail.

Wallis Annenberg Center

The Wallis hosts many community events and engagements in addition to scheduled performances that feature celebrities on stage as well as those who are there with them.

Events in Beverly Hill

The Wallis hosts many community events and engagements in addition to scheduled performances that feature celebrities on stage as well as those who are there with them.