Beverly Hills is a beautiful place, especially in the summer. With many parks, historical centers, hotels, walkable shops and streets, and much more, there are more things to do than you can accomplish on a weekend. Many activities and sites will keep you busy all through the summer.
The following are some places to visit and things to do when you are in Beverly Hills this summer.
Visit the 9/11 memorial garden
9/11 brings a dark past to most people in America and worldwide. The Beverly Hills fire department found a way to make a memorable representation to honor those who lost their lives. The memorial, which was inaugurated in September 2011 is a beautiful place to contemplate and take a moment to reflect. The garden opens daily to the public, and you can visit any time. Additionally, it is not far from the colonial-style dome of the city hall, which is also a sight to behold and adds to the city’s beauty.
Go to the Museum of Radio and Television
If you love history, you can visit the museum of radio and television to watch and listen to past and current shows or events. This museum is home to over 80000 TV and radio programs to help you see the story of media from the past as you look into the future.
Window shop at the Beverly Wilshire
From shopping to great food, the Beverly Blvd – Wilshire Boulevard area offers you one of the best shopping and dining experiences while in Beverly Hills. Several hotels provide upscale eats and contemporary American cuisine. You can visit a rooftop bar and a vintage bar at the Caulfield bar and dining room. If you are a fan of international foods, you can get Persian, Mediterranean, Indian, and many others from the restaurants in this area. And, you are a hop, skip, and jump to Rodeo, Canon, and Roxbury Dr, with all the shopping and dining you can handle.
Visit the Beverly Hills Parks
There are many parks in Beverly Hills with different features for anyone to enjoy. Santa Monica Boulevard has a large crescent-shaped Beverly Hills sign, a beloved sight for tourists and locals alike. The over 2-mile park has paths that let you enjoy roses and cacti, and you can also watch the stoppers by and the fountain-filled water lilies.
The Cienega Park located on Gregory way is a great place to play sports and let family and friends enjoy a day in the sun while playing on the playground. If you get hungry, you can get food from the several grill stations, picnic tables, and snack bars nearby. This park is a favorite for many who love to enjoy the outdoors, and a nearby tennis center is also available for tennis lovers.
Another great place to visit is the Beverly canon gardens which have fountains, arcades, walkways, gardens, and many places to eat.
I’m biased, but on weekends you can tour the variety of open homes for sale in the city. With dozens of architectural styles, from starter homes to multi-million-dollar mansions, and homes in the hills and the flats, there are plenty of great homes to see,
The summer season is here, meaning the Beverly Hills community has plenty of fun activities planned for residents and visitors alike. From outdoor movie screenings to free concerts in the park, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Contact our team for more details if you are looking for some fun ideas in Beverly Hills.
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