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Check this place out! there are scheduled tours, charity events and even an important Car Show- it's just the way we think of the Hollywood Stars, living in Beverly Hills was in the movies- Great Summer Night Musical activities!
Beautiful terraced gardens with fabulous views and hidden shady areas.
The area above the house was the best, below it was rather mundane.
There are no facilities other than restrooms which seemed odd to us, nor is it possi le to see i side the...More
The Greytone Mansion itself is open to the public only a few times a year. I had looked forward to my visit. However I was very disappointed. The mansion is not furnished. I would say the main draw would be touring the home if you...More
The grounds of the property are amazing! The view is incredible and the property is very well-maintained. Parties and events can be held at the manor. Parking can be a little tricky in parking lot on weekends
Tours of the mansion are quite infrequent but the grounds are regularly open to tour. Beautiful but in half an hour you’ve seen it all. The mansion looks fabulous from the outside, there are a few spots you can peek inside a window.
Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and today you can still feel its small town origins, even though it has become a major tourist attraction and business center for the entertainment industry. This town lives up to its reputation as an area full of designer retail stores and residential streets lined with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of
tourists peak into ultra-luxurious boutiques hoping to catch a glimpse of someone famous. Off of Rodeo Drive however is where some of the most affluent Angelenos occupying the streets of Beverly Hills come for leisurely meals, power lunches and beauty treatments.
Please help me put these sites in a doable order (5 Replies)
We are going to the LA area for 6 days next week and I have 4 of the days set seeing a lot of the sites in LA and the surrounding areas, but now I am completely confused with some of the other sites. For the remaining 2 days, I want to see the following things, but know that I am not putting them into a logical order that makes the most sense for driving purposes or sightseeing purposes. Please help me divide and order these into 2 full days, if that is even possible. If it isnt possible,...More
June 18, 2013|
Let me see if I can help. The famous part of Sunset Blvd. is the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood (the stretch of Sunset Blvd. roughly between Fairfax Ave. on the east side and Doheney Ave. on the west side). If you go to Sunset and Fairfax, then drive west on Sunset, you can see all of the Sunset Strip. Head north on Doheney and take it into the hills and you'll come to Greystone Mansion. After that, head back to Sunset and continue west. Continue west on Sunset to Rodeo Drive, then head...More
First time in LA with young kids (age 2 & 5) (10 Replies)
Hi, With so much to see in LA, I am desperately needing some help here. We will be in LA for 7 days, staying in Anaheim Ramada hotel for the whole trip. We will have a rental car. July 6 arrives 18:00 rest July 7 rest in the morning, shopping in outlets near Anaheim July 8-10 Disney Park, Adventure Park July 11 Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Venice Canals Walkway, Manhattan Beach. We plan to ride bikes to tour around this area first. And then choose one that's right for the kids...More
July 02, 2014|
Oh I forgot to mention, I'd like to go Universal CityWalk. Heard about the great night life. But maybe the kids won't be too interested in it? I don't know if it's really worth the drive as we are not going to Universal Studio with the young kids. Any comment here?
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Most attractive place in Beverly Hills? - Tom Kalili (1 Reply)
I want to know which is the most attractive place in Beverly Hills. Mulholland Drive Greystone Mansion and Park Rodeo Drive Franklin Canyon Park Beverly Hills Public Library Spadena House Thanks Tom Kalili