Beverly Hills, California, symbolizes prestige, glamour, and affluence. Although celebs live in Beverly Hills, shop on Rodeo Drive, dine at exquisite restaurants, and unwind at spas, everyone else also likes visiting this enthralling city and its world-famous landmarks on a day excursion or a weekend road trip
, or even settling here. And there is never a shortage of things to do and see! We have the list of things you should not miss in Beverly Hills this Spring. If you are visiting, you will be taken aback by all the magnificence, we are sure. And, if you live here, it’s great to remind yourself of all the fun things in your vicinity. However, we must note: certain attractions may be temporarily closed or require reservations in advance.
Things you should not miss in Beverly Hills this Spring: A guide
Originally a Spanish hacienda, the city was founded in 1914 and has been a popular choice for glitzy residents for decades. This has resulted in Beverly Hills being an elite town, loaded with fun events, magnificent hotels, incredible restaurants, shopping opportunities, and world-renowned tourist spots! Let’s take a look at a list of our favorite activities for this Spring.
Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market
What better way to spend your weekend this Spring than going browsing the fresh products the Earth has blessed us with? The Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market, open every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., provides the finest California-grown fresh vegetables, beverages, pastries, specialty products, and more in a vibrant outdoor setting. It also has a petting zoo and musical performances, and organic producers and artisans. Both you and your kids will enjoy the morning spent here!
The Farmers’ Market is also a fantastic activity for retirees! It’s one of the things making Beverly Hills a great place for seniors
– actually, one of the best California cities for retirement.
You can find it on Civic Center Drive, near Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard. The Civic Center garage offers free 2-hour parking, making it convenient to take your time and look around.
William Wegman Installation
Art-lovers, this is definitely of the things you should not miss in Beverly Hills this Spring. Lisa Baker, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Marc Selwyn Fine Art are proud to show a large-scale, multi-screen video work by globally acclaimed artist William Wegman. The project is done in conjunction with the Arts and Culture Commission of the City of Beverly Hills. The artwork, which will include two pieces, Up Down Up, 2017 and Harmonics, 2019, will cover six shop windows at the old Barneys New York building at 9570 Wilshire Boulevard, the future home of Saks Fifth Avenue’s extended Beverly Hills outpost.
The project debuted on February 16 at 6:00 p.m. and will be on display every day from 5:30 p.m. to midnight until March 30, 2022.
2022 LA Beer Festival
April 2, 2022
The 14th annual LA Beer Festival is back! Over 80 brewers, 200 ales, the tastiest food trucks
, music and dancing, and so much more will be available during the event. From noon to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the 2022 LA Beer Festival will be held at the LA Center Studios, near Beverly Hills. General admission tickets include unlimited beer sampling, but the food is treated extra. Connoisseur’s Tickets ($90) are limited and provide participants with certain perks, such as AC restrooms, access to a special deck over the general space with a selection of exclusive beers, and presents from the festival organizers.
This is, however, an adult-only event; no infants or toddlers will be admitted. Sadly, everyone must be 21 or older, so leave your babies at home and come to have some fun! If you want to join and sip, please make arrangements for a safe way to return home. There are also designated driver tickets – sold at the entrance for a $20 fee.
35th Israel Film Festival
May 5 – May 26, 2022
Culture aficionados, this one is for you. Celebrities, funders, industry representatives, directors, and Jewish community members are expected to attend the Opening Night Gala on May 5, 2022, including a VIP greeting, awards, and screening. Appreciate the outstanding Israeli films, docs, Television shows, and short films at the most significant Israeli cinema and television culture events around the World, right here in Beverly Hills.
Visit the Virginia Robinson Gardens
It’s time to go outside again, this time to the Virginia Robinson Gardens. This vast property in the center of Beverly Hills will surely mesmerize you. There are several gardens to see, each with its own unique design and concept. The mature trees, camellias, gardenias, and azaleas at the Italian Renaissance Terrace Gardens are breathtaking. Stroll through the Rose Garden, which has heritage roses, or visit the Kitchen Garden, brimming with fresh herbs and veggies. The home, gardens, and pool pavilion can only be seen on a guided tour. Why not pay a visit to the Beverly Hills first lady’s mansion and relive the splendor of the early 1900s?
Attend a performance at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts showcases a broad lineup of music, dancing, and theatre in an outstanding modern venue that combines the iconic 1933 Beverly Hills Post Office with state-of-the-art performance rooms. Be sure to catch a show here if you get a chance! Hardly anything beats spending intermission in the Jamie Tisch Sculpture Garden on a lovely Spring evening in Beverly Hills.
We hope you’ll have enough time to visit all of our favorites on the list of things you should not miss in Beverly Hills this Spring. But, even if you don’t, we are sure you’ll have a lot of fun whatever you opt for! The city is filled with hidden attractions
and interesting events all year round, and you can’t go wrong with any of them.