Things To Do
Whether you’re seeking a blissfully romantic weekend, a family trip of a lifetime or an event to remember, Beverly Hills offers countless experiences to add to your southern California vacation. Explore the city’s annual signature events which include the bi-annual Beverly Hills artSHOW in Beverly Gardens Park, the Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Ceremony and two Concours d’Elegance shows at the historic Greystone Mansion and on Rodeo Drive.
The city’s list of things to do doesn’t end with the signature events, they’re just the beginning! Enjoy live theatre at Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts, summertime Concerts on Canon and Sunday Movie Nights in Beverly Canon Gardens, relaxing spa experiences and admire memorabilia from over 100 years of history. Here, you’ll find culture, luxury and fun all in one city.
Superb dining options, top-notch hotels, the sweetest treats and scores of boutiques from the best clothing brands are just a few things that make Beverly Hills a premier destination, year-round. But what makes the city even more special are its signature events and promotions. From priceless car shows, art festivals and pet parades to holiday celebrations, farmers markets and outdoor movies, Beverly Hills gives everyone a great reason to visit.
With its central location and walkability, combined with year-round beautiful weather, Beverly Hills is an ideal destination for your next meeting or special event. Whether you are planning an intimate gathering or a large-scale event, these new indoor and outdoor spaces provide flexible options for savvy planners seeking incomparable bespoke service and luxury for their next event.
With some of the most acclaimed public artworks on display and a bi-annual art show that selects a new piece each year to be showcased on city grounds, Beverly Hills is the destination for art lovers. To enrich the cultural lives of its residents and visitors, the city continually collects a wealth of world-class art by way of the Fine Arts Commission. Members travel the world to purchase art that they feel would be an ideal fit for the city, and a Public Art Ordinance is mandated by the city, requiring developers to either purchase a piece of art for their property or donate to the Fine Ar...
When you hear the mention of Beverly Hills, you might think of shopping on Rodeo Drive first—Pretty Woman references included. Indeed, upscale shopping is a great draw to this sophisticated city, but the reasons to visit do not stop here. With its central location, warm climate, beautiful parks, acclaimed hotels, fine dining, health and wellness offerings and storied past, the city is the destination of choice in Southern California. Beverly Hills is located in Los Angeles County, which—with upwards of 10 million residents—is the most populous county in the United States. It’s h...
Beverly Hills is a dynamic city filled with diverse communities, beautiful architecture and palm tree-lined streets. Stay for the luxury shopping and fine dining, and depart with a deeper understanding of the fascinating neighborhoods and communities that form the beating heart of Beverly Hills.
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (The Wallis) officially opened its doors to the public in October 2013 with a dedication and a series of galas, followed by programming that began with the Martha Graham Dance Company. This new venue transformed a Beverly Hills city block into a vibrant new cultural destination. Theater, music and dance fans have eagerly awaited the release of the schedule for The Wallis' fifth season, spanning October 2017 through August 2018. The new season line-up is filled with the best in theater, dance and music...
Beverly Hills is synonymous with world-renowned shopping, casual celebrity sightings and Michelin-starred chefs. Less well-known, but equally enjoyable, are the numerous opportunities to stretch your legs and soak in the fresh California sunshine. So lace up your shoes or strap on a helmet and leave the car behind. Whether you plan to walk, run or bike, Beverly Hills offers several unique ways to explore.
With the world’s premier movie studios nearby, it’s no wonder that Beverly Hills offers unique and exciting movie-watching experiences. Visitors will have the opportunity to view films in historic theatres, on decked out rooftops, poolside and at the famous Paley Center for Media. Going to the movies at these six venues in Beverly Hills offers more than you could ever experience at a traditional multiplex.
Whether you have a day off during a business trip or conference, are passing through Beverly Hills as part of a larger California adventure or simply have a free day to fill on your Beverly Hills vacation, deciding between the many local sites, tastes, activities and attractions can be a challenge. After all: there’s something new to discover each time you make a trip to the world’s most famous zip code, and you could spend an entire day just people watching and celebrity spotting alone! With careful planning and a well-mapped itinerary, however, you can fit an impressive amount int...
From Caramel Apple Cupcakes and Spooky Sours to haunted house baskets, see which sweet shops you must visit for Halloween-themed treats. Additionally, remember to snap a photo in front of The Witch’s House and purchase your tickets to attend Bow Wow Beverly Hills, the annual pet-friendly Halloween event at Two Rodeo Drive.
The culinary scene in Beverly Hills continues to grow with the arrival of Beverly Hills Beignet and two Geoffrey Zakarian restaurants, Georgie and The Garden Bar, and the newest to Beverly Hills, Citizen. The retail realm has also expanded, welcoming celebrity makeup artist, Bobbi Brown’s, first store on the west coast as well as flagship retail stores for ASKA footwear and the legendary European fashion house, Balenciaga. We invite you to explore Beverly Hills’ latest openings below.