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  • 1

    Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills

    Rodeo Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90212
    88 reviews

    As far as high-end shopping is concerned, this is mecca. Rodeo is famous for celebrity sightings and designer fashions.

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  • 2

    Greystone Mansion and Park

    905 Loma Vista Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, United States
    21 reviews

    I've never been, but it is something to see. This is more representative of Beverly Hills than Rodeo Drive, in my opinion.

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  • 3

    Franklin Canyon Park

    2600 Franklin Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA
    9 reviews

    I just discovered Franklin Canyon this past weekend, and can't believe such a beautiful spot exists right next to Beverly Hills! Parking is plentiful (though be careful about getting a ticket - there is constant video surveillance), and there are a number of trails you can take depending on how far you'd like to hike. I took a quick walk ...

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  • 4

    Paley Center for Media

    465 North Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, United States
    5 reviews

    The WB Television Outside the Box exhibit showcases props and costumes from popular WB-produced shows, such as "Smallville," "Seinfeld," "The Big Bang Theory," "Fringe," "Supernatural," "Friends," and many more. It is also a place to go if you appreciate television history. The Paley Center is best known for its PaleyFest, a television festival that features screenings and Q&As with producers ...

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  • 5

    Epione Beverly Hills - Los Angeles

    444 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, CA
    5 reviews

    I have been to many doctors over the years to receive Botox, Juvederm, and laser. NO ONE comes close to Dr. Ourian at Epione. You can judge a lot by the attention they pay to the décor the hygiene and every single step of the way to make things perfect. And then you meet the doctor. He is a master ...

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  • 6

    Tree People Center for Community Forrestry

    12601 Mulholland Dr, Beverly Hills, CA
    5 reviews

    The hike around Tree People (love the name!) is accessible either by parking near Coldwater Canyon Park or at the bottom near Fryman, a more residential area. It is a fairly easy hike, minus the steep grade at the beginning, and you can enjoy some beautiful views of the city from the top. A LOTof people take their dogs here. ...

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  • 7

    Saban Theatre

    8440 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA, United States
    5 reviews

    I was recently here for the PaleyFest panel for Once Upon a Time. The venue is amazing in that Art Deco meets Old Hollywood style. The sound and acoustics are quite good. There were times when I could hear a slight echo. Parking can be found for $10 in the next building over on Wilshire and La Cienega. There's free ...

  • 8

    Neiman Marcus

    9700 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2027
    3 reviews

    Beverly Hills celebrating Lunar New Year the best way it knows how--shopping window display.

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  • 9

    Beverly Gardens Park

    North Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    2 reviews

    This was a very famous park in the 60's and 70's. It was "the place" all the stars took their children to. They had a petting zoo and pony rides. I saw my first movie star, Mickey Rooney, while we were having my younger brothers' 7th birthday party there. I thought he looked and sounded familiar but didn't recognize him ...

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  • 10

    Writers Guild Theater

    121 S Doheny Dr, Beverly Hills, California
    2 reviews

    I got invited to see a screening. Parking: Free street parking. There are metered street parking right across the street. But depending on the screening time, it might be free. Interior: It was clean. It did not look dated nor dingy. Seats: Seats are nice and comfortable. I did not feel crushed nor squeezed in. I felt like I could ...

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  • 11

    Bram Goldsmith Theater

    9386–9395 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, California
    1 review

    Part of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, the first performing arts center in Beverly Hills, the Goldsmith Theater is state-of-the-art. Seating 500, it is one of the two attached buildings in the Center. The other building is the restored 1933 Beverly Hills Post Office. Unlikely as it sounds, the modern and the historic do not clash. There ...

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  • 12

    All Saints Episcopal Church

    504 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, California 90210, United States
    1 review

    A welcoming church with a beautiful liturgy and a diverse program of lectures and social events. Great music.

  • 13

    Laurel Canyon Park

    1 review

    The dog runs in California are so much nicer than in NYC. Its kind of amazing.

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  • 14

    The Witch's House

    516 N. Walden Drive, Beverly Hills
    1 review

    #BeOut If you’re looking for a quick drive-by of whimsy, try checking out some of the Storybook architecture around town. For instance, in Beverly Hills sits an LA landmark called “The Witch’s House,” and at 3819 Dunn Drive in Culver City you can find a group of houses LA locals have come to call the “Hobbit Houses.” Keep in mind ...

  • 15

    Good Shepherd Church

    505 North Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210-3213
    1 review

    Awarding Day

  • 16


    238 South Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, United States
    1 review

    The first place I go for gifts for the girls in my family is Switch. she has the most insane costume and real jewelry collection. I met the owner and jewelry designer, Julia Cohen in a store in Paris and loved her ring. I asked her where she got it and she told me she made it. She is now ...

  • 17

    Beverly Hills Farmers Market

    9300 Civic Center Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, United States
    1 review

    SUNDAY MORNING ONLY. Very fun outdoor supermarket hosting freshest fruits and vegetables along with a huge variation of american-exotic foods. Including pony rides for kids and cooked food for breakfast and lunch while you shop!

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  • 18


    420 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4502
    1 review

    If you have to ask how much you probably cant afford it. but if you want to look like you are a president of a country or royalty, this place is for you. the most amazing customer service and worlds most expensive men's clothing. everything is unique and made to order.

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  • 19

    Roxbury Park Community Center

    471 South Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills, CA
    1 review

    #BeOut Grab a friend and head to Roxbury Park for an afternoon game of croquet. Be sure to call (310) 550-4761 to ensure the green and equipment are available. While the French may have a laissez-faire attitude towards life, in LA it's more like laissez-FML for those who don't plan ahead.

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  • 20

    11H Entertainment

    489 S Robertson Blvd, Ste 200, Beverly Hills, CA 90211, Beverly Hills, California
    1 review

    All the party planners in the world are clamoring to get to this group -- understandably. I've never seen such a well oiled set of party musicians. The Dj plays with a percussionist and a sax player. It really takes the vibe and the scene to another level. So far I've seen them at top notch corporate events and high ...

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