Beverly Hills Walking Tour: "A Step Back in History"

Beverly Hills, CA

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Before it was known as Beverly Hills, the city offered a wealth of natural resources including oil and water, a particularly precious commodity in Southern California at the time. The city came to be known as Beverly Hills in the early 1900s and was incorporated in 1914 – a turning point as development of The Beverly Hills Hotel and other buildings brought a new crowd to the city. Movie industry types began to make this their home and Beverly Hills developed a reputation for glamour and luxury that still holds true today.

This self-guided walking tour takes you to several iconic historical spots in Beverly Hills to learn about the city’s diverse heritage.

Tour stops include:

  • Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
  • Beverly Hills Sign & Lily Pond
  • The Electric Fountain
  • The Beverly Hilton
  • The Paley Center for Media
  • Nat ‘n Al Delicatessen 
  • Brighton Coffee Shop
  • Fred Hayman Place
  • Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills

Download and print the full itinerary and map here. Since it is self-guided, the tour can easily be modified to your taste and timeframe.

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