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Museum of Television and Radio - A short walk off Rodeo Drive will land you in front of the new home of the West Coast Branch of the museum (The original, East Coast location was opened in 1976). Inside you will be able to explore the history of more than 70 years of radion and TV, you can view any of the over 100,000 archived programs, or you can participate with celebrities and media history-makers who present seminars there throughout the year. Admission is $10 for adults, $8.00 for seniors and $5.00 for kids under 13. Free parking for up to two hours is also available. The museum is open 12-5 Wednesday - Sunday. Click here for their website.
Virginia Robinson Gardens - These lush, beautiful gardens surround the only Beverly Hills manion open for tours. Just north of the Beverly Hills Hotel, this 6 acre estate has five different gardens and the largest collection of King Palms in the country. You must all ahead to schedule a tour and Tuesday -Friday at 10am or 1pm) - summertime is busier than other times of the year, so if you go between May and September, allow 2 weeks' or more notice (other times only a few days may be necessary). Admission is $10 for adults, $5.00 for senior and children 3-12. Parking is very limited. Click here for their website.
The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation
is a private home that houses a fabulous collection of modern and contemporary art. There are three original Picasso oils, works by Cezanne and Wharhol and sculptures by de Andrea and Dwayne Hanson. What makes this place unique is that these great works of art have been incorporated with the furnishings of a real, lived-in home. Tours are available by appointment only. Click
here for more information.