Things To Do In Beverly Hills
Rodeo Drive is a three-block district which is known for its high couture fashion and posh salons, but some say that the area actually stretches more north and more south – expanding the three-block exclusive perimeter. The road runs north from Wilshire Boulevard to Santa Monica Boulevard, and into a classy residential area.
The 18.5 acre romantic park setting serves as a location for a myriad of cultural activities, a quiet respite for daily visitors as well as a memorable backdrop for weddings and other parties. You may never own a mansion in Beverly Hills. But you can visit this one for free
Beverly Gardens Park
On Santa Monica Drive in Beverly Hills, the Beverly Gardens Park is a great place to jog or walk before wandering over to a breakfast cafe near Rodeo. The 2 mile park has some gorgeous landscaping with some neat sculpters along the path. If you stay a few days in the Hills, put on your running shoes and check it out.
A wonderful way to experience Beverly Hills is through a 40 minute open-air trolley tour of the elegant shops of Rodeo Drive, stately neighborhoods, celebrity homes and famous and historic landmarks. However, when it is raining, no trolleys are to be found! Tours depart from the corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way in Beverly Hills. This is where the little pedestrian lane, Via Rodeo Dr. begins.
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