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
Explore Los Angeles at your own pace on an extensive hop-on hop-off bus tour through the heart of Los Angeles. The open-top buses allow you to enjoy 360-degree ... Read more
Location: Los Angeles, California
Duration: 24-48 hours