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  • 1 Rodeo Drive Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Rodeo Drive USA - Beverly Hills, CA

    This renowned street is a three-block stretch of mostly two- and three-story buildings north of Wilshire Boulevard. Boutiques and clothiers, jewelers, antique dealers and art galleries cater to expensive tastes. On the northeast corner of Wilshire an..

  • 2 Museum of Television & Radio Interesting

    Museums and art

    465 N. Beverly Dr USA - Beverly Hills, CA 90210

    Opened in 1996, the West Coast location of New York City's Museum of Television and Radio brings the institution's mission of preserving American broadcasting heritage to the heart of the nation's entertainment capital. Occupying a sleek, glass-and-m..

  • 3 Beverly Hills Civic Center Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    450 N. Rexford Dr USA - Beverly Hills, CA 90210

    An elegant, eight-story Spanish Baroque tower crowned with a dome finished in multicolored tiles, the City Hall (1932) sets the tone for a harmonious two-square-block contemporary addition (1990, Charles Moore/A.C. Martin & Assocs.) that arrays polic..

  • 4 Beverly Hills Hotel Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    9641 Sunset Blvd. USA - Beverly Hills, CA 90210

    The pink-stucco, Mission-style main building (1912) and its secluded bungalows are partly concealed by 12 acres of tropical gardens, bestowing an air of privacy on the hotel and the comings and goings of its guests. Accordingly, it has long served as..

  • 5 Virginia Robinson Gardens Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    1008 Elden Way USA - Beverly Hills, CA 90210

    This lushly landscaped six-acre estate crowning a hillside behind the Beverly Hills Hotel was a barren grassland when local department store heir Harry Robinson and his wife, Virginia, purchased it in 1911. It was the first residential lot sold in Be..

  • 6 Creative Artists Agency

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    9830 Wilshire Blvd. USA - Beverly Hills, CA 90212

    Though not open to the public, this sleekly curving building of white marble, glass and steel (1989, Pei, Cobb, Freed)-headquarters of C.A.A., one of Los Angeles' preeminent talent agencies-offers a glimpse from the street of the monumental Roy Licht..

  • 7 Greystone Park

    Nature and gardens

    905 Loma Vista Dr. at Doheny Rd. USA - Beverly Hills, CA 90210

    Descending a terraced slope above Sunset Boulevard, this 18-acre formal garden of Italianate sensibility surrounds Greystone Mansion, a 55-room English Tudor and Jacobean mansion (1928, Gordon B. Kaufmann) of brown-gray stone built by oil millionaire..

  • 8 Margaret Herrick Library

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    333 S. La Cienega Blvd. USA - Beverly Hills, CA 90211

    A slender, ornate tower and graceful arches evoking the Spanish Colonial Revival style top the former La Cienega Water Treatment Plant (1928); the structure housed a pump system that provided Beverly Hills with a water supply other than the Los Angel..

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