Once the site of a locally beloved amusement park, the mall's valuable property still encompasses a working oil field. Considered by many Angelenos to be an architectural eyesore studded with external escalators and a poorly-designed, $1-an-hour parking lot, the Beverly Center's iconic status with tourists has been fueled by its appearances in movies like Scenes from a Mall and Less Than Zero.
Resident stores include Henri Bendel, True Religion, Yves Saint Laurent, Jimmy Choo and H&M and restaurants include L.A.'s only outposts of The Capital Grille and Grand Lux Cafe. There is also a hair salon, an Apple store and various shops geared towards children and teenagers; the weekend crowd here skews towards the latter population, with some of L.A.'s most outlandish teen fashions on living display. The mall is open daily.
Tours & Tickets
This tour will take you throughout America's most exciting city. Mann's Chinese Theatre is famous for its permanent collection of hand-prints, footprints and ... Read more
Anaheim - Buena Park, California
Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
On this Los Angeles combination tour, spend the morning visiting popular sites in Hollywood and Beverly Hills, and then enjoy an afternoon of shopping at the ... Read more
Los Angeles, California
Duration: 6 hours (approx.)