Explore the Sophisticated Cultural and Artistic Offerings of Beverly Hills

Though Beverly Hills is renowned for its extravagant restaurants, its premier upscale shopping, and its well-established status as the home of Hollywood’s elite, it also has an often overlooked Beverly Hills cultural and arts scene that are worth visiting.

The Top Beverly Hills Arts and Culture Hotspots

Housed within the renovated remains of what was once the historic Beverly Hills Post Office in the 1930s, the Walls Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is the most well-known performing arts venue in all of Beverly Hills. The exquisite Italian architecture, beautiful promenade terrace, and sculpture garden sweeten the experience of attending the variety of dance, music, and theater shows performed here.

The Paley Center for Media is another notable place to immerse yourself in Hollywood’s vast history of television and radio. Designed by the same architect who created the Getty Center, the modern design of the center underscores the progressive, evolving nature of the media industry. An international collection of approximately 160,000 programs spanning a century are available for visitors to listen to or watch. Periodic events and panels are also held at the center.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Headquarters is located in Beverly Hills and features a rotating gallery in its Grand Lobby that is open to the public. Look upon vintage movie posters, and more in this iconic location.

Inside of Beverly Gardens Park between Rexford Dr. and Rodeo Dr., visitors can see a number of enormous garden sculptures made in a variety of mediums. Additionally, there are over sixty pieces of public art tucked away in various parts of Beverly Hills, making it an adventure of arts and culture just to go on a walk through the city.

Much like Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, Rodeo Dr. has its own installation: the Walk of Style. Recognizing tastemakers and style icons for their roles in the entertainment and fashion industries, the Walk of Style has plaques embedded into the sidewalks and features the likes of Giorgio Armani, Missoni, Bvlgari, Burberry, and more to showcase the extent of Beverly Hills influence in art and culture.

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