Beverly Hills is a very walkable part of the greater L.A. area. City streets are fairly leveled, made for less stress on the heels. There are some steeper parts, like the hill of fancy shops leading to the famous steps that lead down to Wilshire Blvd. To go a bit off the beaten, tourist trap Rodeo Dr path, veer on (North) Santa Monica Blvd and onto more neighborhood streets like Dayton, Camden and Rodeo.
This museum is one of the 2 locations of the Museum of Television and Radio. The other is in New York City. It features a vast collection of televison and radio media, changing exhibits and screenings.
The Museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. The Museum is closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, and these holidays: New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Free admission. Suggested contribution: $10.00 for adults; $8.00 for students and senior citizens; $5.00 for children under fourteen; Members free.
(310) 786-1025 for daily information on scheduled activities;
(310) 786-1000 for all other information
I find it particularly appropriate that someone decided to crown those figures outside the bank with a "dunce cap" - maybe we are really stooopid for putting our $$$$ in the banks here, given the interest rate they currently pay!!
This is one of the more interesting homes to see in Beverly Hills - just goes to show all the tourists - we DO have homes other than those celebrity mansions.
9291 Burton Way, Beverly Hills, California, 90210, United States
Good for: Couples
The Beverly Hills Hotel is the embodiment of everything old hollywood; class, elegance, and luxury....more
225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, California, 90210, United States
Good for: Solo