Recommended Attractions Near Beverly Hills

Two Rodeo
Beverly Hills – Two Rodeo
The “Two Rodeo” center is a lovely area of our shopping street. Built at a cost of over $200 million, Two Rodeo creates a romantic version of an old European avenue. Located at the northeast corner of Wilshire & Rodeo Drive


West Los Angeles – The Getty Center
The Getty Center resembles a refine fortified city of its own. On a clear day you can see the city stretching all the way to the Pacific Ocean, but the architecture, gardens and the fascinating art collections will be more than enough to capture your attention. 1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, California 90049 (310) 440-7300


Universal Studios
Hollywood – Universal Studios
Get behind-the-scenes look at how your favorite movies and TV shows are made on the Studio Tour. See more sets than ever before like The War of the Worlds, Crossing Jordan, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, along with many of facades on Hollywood’s most famous backlot. 100 Universal City Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 91608 (818) 622-3801

 

 

 


Malibu – Beaches and Dining
Famous for its natural beauty, around twenty beaches hold casual yet elegant lifestyle. A beautiful lagoon beach with acres of wetlands, gardens and sandy beach is where Malibu Creek meets the sea. Malibu Surfrider Beach is considered one of the worlds premiere surfing beaches and has great salt water fishing. Many restaurants in the area provide captivating views of the Southern California coastline.


Long Beach – The Queen Mary
The Queen Mary was called ‘The Inevitable Ship’, and has lived to see the passing of seven decades, witnessing a passage of time and history that has given rise to many turning points in the history of mankind. The Queen Mary played a part in the epic event of World War II, and is now open to tours. While in Long Beach, you might also consider checking out its well-regarded aquarium. 1126 Queen’s Highway, Long Beach, CA. 90802 (562) 437-8267


Orange County – Disneyland
Choose between either Disneyland Park or the all-new Disney’s California Adventure for your day of fun and excitement. And don’t miss Downtown Disney, an entertainment, shopping and dining complex right in the heart of it all. The magic is waiting for you at the Disneyland Resort. 1600 S Disneyland Dr, Anaheim, CA 92802 (714) 781-4000


Seaworld

San Diego – Seaworld
SeaWorld’s aquatic show is a “must-see”. SeaWorld has fabulous aquatic shows, amusements, and other adventures. No wonder both kids and adults love this place-it’s educational as well as profoundly entertaining. 500 Sea World Dr, San Diego, CA 92109 (619) 226-3901


Venice Beach – The Boardwalk
During the summer season and on weekends, there is street entertainment at every intersection along Ocean Front Walk. Street performers include instrumental musicians, singers, jugglers, acrobats, mimes, comics, magicians, prophets, fortune tellers, and other assorted entertainers.


Brentwood – Montana Avenue
Small, privately owned boutiques and famous clothiers checker this tree-lined strip. Plan to spend an afternoon perusing the likes of A.B.S. for Women, Alexander Zar, and Weathervane for Men and celebrity fave London Sole. Then catch your breath over coffee and a pastry at one of the Avenue’s many sidewalk caf├ęs. Montana Ave at 13th St, Santa Monica, CA 90403


Downtown Los Angeles – Disney Concert Hall
Take in a concert at Frank Gehry’s stunning concert hall, home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The site and sound of the shimmering steel building will create lifelong memories. 135 North Grand Avenue. Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 972-7211


Third Street Pormenade

Santa Monica – Third Street Promenade
Third Street has it all — from shops to restaurants to restaurants to street performers. Tenants include Armani Exchange, Apple, Pottery Barn, French Connection UK and Anthropologie. The Promenade also has the original Starbucks Hear Music Coffeehouse and also contains AMC and Mann Theatres. There is a wonderful farmers’ market located here. Third Street Promenade is located in Downtown on Third Street between Wilshire Blvd. and Broadway. (310) 393-8355


Pasadena – The Norton Simon Museum
The Pasadena Museum of Modern Art has been reorganized under the supervision of the industrialist Norton Simon, rebuilt and re-opened as somewhere to display his own impressive collection. Larger works of contemporary art for which there is no room in Pasadena are on permanent loan to Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Check out old town while you are visiting Pasadena. 411 Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 449-6840


The LA Arboretum

Los Angeles – The LA Arboretum
The Los Angeles Arboretum is known for its’ rich selection of plant life from around the world, of course highlighting indigenous local Southern California flowers, trees, and plants.. The gardens are set up geographically with each area representing a certain global region i.e. Australia, Japan, and South America. The Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden is located at 301 North Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia, CA, 91007 626-821-3222.