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Points of Interest & Landmarks • Monuments & Statues
Points of Interest & Landmarks • Monuments & Statues
Points of Interest & Landmarks • Monuments & Statues
Hollywood Studio District
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- We had a nice drive down Mulholland Drive in the cool CA weather. The views were magnificent and the houses lining it were beautiful. My only complaint would be the limited parking to get to some of the best photo opportunities but being a residential area not all that surprising. Overall, a must if you are visiting the LA area.Written 14 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Heard about it for years on tv and in the news. It is a special place and has to be shopped once. Very pricy but very niceWritten 31 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- First time! Recently went for a wedding and wow! It was so beautiful. The views were breathtaking and the park was so clean!Written 22 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you desire to go shopping in Beverly Hills, you will land up in the Golden Triangle. Located between Santa Monica Boulevard, Canon Drive and Wilshire Boulevard is The Golden Triangle, a collection of seven smaller commercial streets that encompass the business district of Beverly Hills. The world-famous Rodeo Drive is part of the Golden Triangle. This district contains 25 top of the line boutiques One can find Cartier (watches) / Louis Vuitton (shoe store) / Gucci Beverly Hills (women’s clothing) / Tony Style Tuxedos (men clothing) & Tiffany & Co. (jewelry) among these shops. If you’re hungry, you can partake at 23 outstanding restaurants to satisfy your appetite. Il Fornaio, Mastro's Steakhouse and The Penthouse at Mastro's are just a few of these excellent eateries located within the shopping district. Numerous fitness Centers, Cafes and Bars are scattered throughout the area. This shopping district is at the top of the list for its lavish and opulent shops. Due to a limited budget, was unable to purchase any of the merchandise on display. Had a great time window shopping and watching others doing the same. If one is interested in Public Art, Beverly Hills, is the perfect spot for you. Located in Beverly Canon Gardens just in front of the Maybourne Beverly Hills Hotel, is the “Beverly Hills is Beautiful” sculpture by Mr. Brainwash. Nothing fancy, just a block of pink colored metal designed to represent cursive words that read “Beverly Hil is Beautiful.” This beautiful pink sculpture created in 2019 represents the essences of Beverly Hills. Beverly Hills is truly beautiful and well worth visiting.Written 20 August 2021
- It sure is an interesting and fun place to go for a stroll. Window shopping and people watching are the main attraction. If you do decide to shop be prepared for the price tag that will put a dent in your bank account.Written 29 May 2022
- If you're in the Beverly Hills area it's worth stopping by to see. The house definitely sticks out from the rest of the houses around it, but that makes it even cooler in my opinion.Written 6 November 2021
- Truly a hidden gem of Los Angeles. Go online to Los Angeles County website to get tickets as it’s by reservation only. The tickets are $15 and totally worth it. Our docent was amazing filled with so much knowledge about the history of the family and property. My friend and I absolutely loved the 90 minute tour of the home and surrounding gardens. They are truly spectacular. At one point in time, I thought I had wandered off into Maui. It’s really that beautiful! Parking was on site and free in a small lot adjacent to home. Great experience!Written 2 August 2022
- Saw the Marilyn Monroe exhibit there. Everything was displayed beautifully and there was a film about Marilyn's life playing. The view from the top of the building is beautiful. However, there is no gift shop and the workers at the front desk were condescending and a bit rude.Written 16 September 2018
- I had an opportunity to purchase items that are not available in my state. The services were perfect. The people exemplified great patience.Written 12 June 2022
- Situated in Beverly Hills is the famous Beverly Gardens Park. The Park spans nearly two miles long along Santa Monica Boulevard from North Doheny Drive to Wilshire Boulevard. This green zone park is free and open to the public. As one explores this great park, you are dazzled with outstanding works of art by exceptional artists. A remarkable old Morton Fig Tree sit in front of the Beverly Gardens Park. One exceptionally outstanding feature of the park is the historical Beverly Hills Sign and Lily Pond located at North Cañon Drive and North Beverly Drive. The original was built in 1907, and it became a landmark of Beverly Hills. The Beverly Hills Sign and Lily Pond was across the street from the Beverly Hills Train Station. As travelers disembarked from the trains, the first thing they observed was the Beverly Hills Sign, welcoming them to the city. Over the years the Sign and Lily Pond was neglected, vandalized, and eventually the Pond was removed during the 1970s due to lack of funds to restore it to its former glory. The area was “grassed” over. The 40-foot-high Beverly Hill Sign remained in place and became a favorite photo spot for tourists visiting the city of Beverly Hills. In 2012 as the city was preparing for its 100th birthday, the city decided to revitalize the Beverly Hills Sign and Lily Pond. After a year of construction, the lily pond was unveiled in 2014 just in time for the City’s 100th birthday. The new lily pond features a pool that covers nearly the entire city block. The Pond was initially stocked with fish, frogs, and other aquatic life. However due to the ongoing drought in California, most of the wildlife has disappeared over the years. Today one can observe Lily pads and flowers in the pond. The damaged discolored Beverly Hills Sign was replaced with new letters painted white. The entire project revitalized the park and is a remarkable achievement for the city of Beverly Hills. Spent an hour viewing and taking photos of this outstanding Sign and Pond. Well worth the time.Written 19 August 2021
- The iconic City Hall tower is a beautiful icon of Beverly Hills and the new annex is also very pretty and easy to get around in. I voted at City Hall and it was a pleasant experience. The library is adjacent to City Hall. The parking structure is easily accessed.Written 14 March 2020
- we had the chance to attend a mass in this magnificent church, the choir is a real delight, we loved it and we recommend itWritten 28 September 2020
- Santa Barbara, Santa Paula, Santa Monica, San Diego, and many other cities all have claims of Morton Bay Fig Trees growing within their jurisdictions. Hundreds of pages of information are spread across the internet concerning these trees. However, Beverly Hills, California also has a Morton Bay Fig Tree growing within its city limits. If one tries to locate information pertaining to this tree, be advised that little information is available. Located in front of the Beverly Garden Park, one will find this magnificent gigantic Morton Bay Fig Tree. This tree was reportedly planted between 1910–1914 by the Rodeo Land and Water Company. This remarkable tall tree with a huge root system that spreads out over several meters is impressive. Its canape of leaves is a godsend for those seek shade from the relentless hot sun. It is amazing that this tree has managed to survive droughts, fires, earthquakes, pollution, and human intervention and reached the age of 100+. It branches are twisted, brittle with age but continues to produce figs every year. A remarkable feat. During my short visit, noted numerous visitors to the tree, some in awe, while other attempted to climb into the branches. I found the tree to be peaceful, sobering glimpse into the history of California. A remarkable site. Due to the ongoing drought in California, highly recommend paying a short visit to this amazing tree. It might be the last surviving tree in California.Written 19 August 2021
- The entire sanctuary is designed to draw one into worship, to seek God and find Him. Whether with others or finding individual space to dwell upon God and to dwell in God, this is a good place to come.Written 12 November 2018
- As a kid growing up in the 1950-60s, I would watch the Saturday morning western television shows. John Wayne was my hero. During my recent trip to Beverly Hills, my travel guidebook advised that a sculpture to this iconic American cowboy is on display at Wilshire Boulevard & Hamilton Drive in downtown Beverly Hills. Had to pay a visit to my hero. This bronze statue by Harry Jackson initially stood in front of the Great Western Saving and Loan Bank building. It was a tribute from the bank to John Wayne who did television commercials for the bank (1977 until his death in 1979). Over the years the bank moved out, and other enterprises took over the building and ownership of the statue. This black 21 foot high, 6-ton sculpture of John Wayne is outstanding. The “Duke” is sitting in his saddle with his feet in the stirrups and his hands on the reins. His facial expression is the classic “Head um up, move am out” reminiscent from his cattle trail driving films. The base of the statue shows cattle stampede, with cowboys chasing the runaway cattle on one side, while the other side reflects cowboys paying their respects to a fall comrade killed in the stampede. A beautiful statue and it pays tribute to a great American hero and those trail hands who helped to shape the American west. Over the years, this sculpture and a similar one at John Wayne Airport, in Santa Anna, California has been the subject of numerous discussions regarding the future of both sculptures. The John Wayne Horseman sculpture in Beverly Hills has been involved in numerous discussions about relocating it to Newport Beach or Valley Center. Due to funding cost associated with relocating the statue, nothing has been done. John Wayne remains in Beverly Hills and most likely will remain there for foreseeable future. As the America population grows older, most youngster have no idea who John Wayne was or what he represented. If you grew up watching cowboys on TV, this is a must visit site in Beverly Hills. Recommend stopping by and paying a visit to the “Duke”.Written 20 August 2021
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