Here are some of the most intriguing places near Beverly Hills, ensuring you an unforgettable LA experience. Our concierge team at Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel) will be happy to organize every detail of your excursion.
A hugely popular outdoor shopping centre, The Grove is also wonderful for people-watching. Be sure to take a stroll through the adjoining Original Farmers Market.
This famous Hollywood street is known for its trendy shopping, as well as the Walk of Fame, featuring stars in the sidewalk honouring famous actors and performers.
The largest museum on the west coast, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is home to more than 120,000 works, including paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures by masters such as Rembrandt, Monet and Matisse.
THE GETTY CENTER
A modern architectural masterpiece with incredible hilltop views, the Getty Center showcases works of art by Cézanne, da Vinci, Michelangelo, Monet and Rembrandt. “Irises” by van Gogh is the top draw.
Griffith Park Observatory
Go stargazing at this historic hilltop observatory, opened in 1935. You can also enjoy views of downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, Santa Monica and beyond.
The Hollywood Sign
Hike up a Hollywood hillside, following in the footsteps of countless celebrities and legends, for an up-close view of this iconic sign, erected in 1923.
Challenge yourself to a swift walk up the hillside to take in the panoramic views from this 160-acre (65-hectare) park in the middle of the city.
Universal Studios Hollywood
A film studio and theme park, this LA attraction offers a variety of rides, including the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Santa Monica Pier
This 100-year-old landmark is a large double-jointed pier located at the foot of Colorado Avenue at the edge of the Pacific. Plan an afternoon enjoying the carnival rides and restaurants.
Venice Beach Boardwalk
One of Southern California’s top attractions, the world-famous Venice Beach is the perfect place to stroll along the canals, beaches or the circus-like Ocean Front Walk, a two-and-a-half-mile pedestrian-only promenade.