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“Visitors can take self-guided tours of this sprawling mansion & grounds, a location in many films. Free. I like the small pond. ”
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“Walking distance to shops, bars, restaurants and much more. Pico-Robertson is home to many Jewish people which makes it a very safe and modest neighborhood. ”
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“This park is only one block away and has a large dirt track for walkers/runners, as well as exercise equipment and picnic benches.”
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“Right around the corner. Our new 180 million dollar park is under construction. The new national AIDS monument right around the corner.”
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“Features the famous Beverly Hills sign and lily pond. Home to the annual Beverly Hills Art Show. ”
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“Tennis courts, basketball, volleyball, lawn bowling, and friendly squirrels make this Beverly Hills park a great place to walk to and get some fresh air and exercise.”
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“If you want to catch a star sighting this is a favorite haunt of celebrity moms. The paparazzi stalk it so be careful not to get in their shot! ”
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“Best addition to the city of Beverly Hills! Love to get food from whole foods and enjoy it at this garden. Also love the summer concerts”
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“Will Rogers Park opened in 1915 as the first municipal park in the City, at that time called Sunset Park. In 1926, entertainer Will Rogers was appointed first "Honorary Mayor" of Beverly Hills.”
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“The Virginia Robinson Gardens are the period landscape, historic mansion, and botanical gardens located at the Virginia Robinson Estate in Beverly Hills, California, United States.”
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“If it gets super hot you can go for a swim at the West Hollywood pool and its just $2.00!”
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“Beverly Gardens is a 1.9 mile linear park that goes from "fountain to fountain" - starting at Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevard and ends at Dohney and Santa Monica Boulevard. It's the location of the popular annual Beverly Hills Art Show held during the third weekends in May and October. The park also features the Beverly Hills Sign which is one of the most photographed spots in the City, the historic replica sign is a favorite for both residents and visitors. The sign is 40 foot long, illuminated and has a water feature along with a variety of flora that showcase the landscape surrounding the garden area. Other features of the park include: Cactus Garden Rose Garden Wilshire Electric Fountain Doheny Fountain Decomposed granite jogging and walking path Arbors For more information on Beverly Gardens Park restoration project, please visit www.fobgp.org”
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Playground
“I love coming here! I come here really often just to take a quick stroll. The environment is nice and it's great for afternoon walks.”
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