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 Doheny 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.
Beverly Gardens is a 1.9-mile linear park that spans from Wilshire Boulevard to North Doheny Drive along Santa Monica Boulevard. The park features numerous notable art sculptures, various specialty gardens including the Cactus Garden and Rose Garden, the Wilshire Electric Fountain, the Doheny Fountain, a decomposed granite jogging and walking ...
Beverly Gardens Park has a two-mile jogging / hiking trail, hundreds of shade trees, a rose and cactus gardens, and exceptional display of public art located throughout the park. The forty-foot-long Beverly Hills Monument Sign and Lily Pond is also located in this park.
Beverly Gardens Park is 22 block long and stretches along Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California for 1.9 miles (3.1 km). It was designed by landscape architect Ralph D. Cornell.   The park serves to provide a lengthy green swath between the northern residential area and the commercial sections of the city.
Beverly Gardens Park. This project thoughtfully restored a beloved century-old city park, preserving its original pioneering design, while making it environmentally sustainable and adding modern infrastructure and design features to meet changing community needs.
May 21, 2023. Beverly Gardens Park is a must-see in Beverly Hills. It is located on Santa Monica Blvd between Wilshire to Doheny. Here you will find the famous lily pond and Beverly Hills sign . There are also rose and cactus gardens and a beautiful old tree along and a glorious fountain.
The Beverly Gardens Park spans the length of the city along Santa Monica Boulevard, occupying 23 blocks with gardens, fountains, walking paths and of course the iconic Beverly Hills monument sign.
The Beverly Gardens Park Restoration Project is a multi-year renovation project intended to restore the 100+ year old park to its original condition using historic design elements, while modernizing it with current trends in park design to bring it into the 21 st century.
Free park to walk around and check out the Beverly Hills sign. Different sculptures in the park. If I did not have free parking, I probably would not have spent time to see the park, would rather see the shops and homes which make Beverly Hills unique for tourists. Written January 24, 2020.
The new lily pond, a tranquil pool that spans nearly an entire city block, is in bloom much of the year with flowers on display from spring to autumn. Beverly Gardens Park is free and open to the public. The park spans nearly two miles long along Santa Monica Boulevard from North Doheny Drive to Wilshire Boulevard.