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1. Try to spot your favorite celebrities on Rodeo Drive and restaurants around the Golden Triangle - an area ripe for star sightings!

2. Capture a perfect souvenir by snapping a picture in front of the famed Beverly Hills sign in Beverly Gardens Park.

3. Head into Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel to admire the beautiful lobby floral display and get a peek inside this famous hotel where "Pretty Woman" was filmed.

4. Take in the sunshine and sounds of the courtyard's babbling fountain as you relax, on the grass or at café tables, in Beverly Canon Gardens.

5. Head up to Greystone Mansion & Park, a legendary estate built by the Doheny family which is now a park open to the public. Can you find the koi and turtles on the grounds?

6. Groove to the sounds of live music - from rockabilly to jazz - in Beverly Canon Gardens during the summertime Concerts on Canon series.

7. See the world's first 24-hour Cupcake ATM at Sprinkles Cupcakes. Though it's viewable without out making a purchase, it's worth every dollar to try Sprinkles' signature Red Velvet treats.

8. Walk through the residential areas surrounding the Golden Triangle and see if you can identify the trees planted on each block. From Queen Palm to Pink Cedar to Southern Magnolia, each street has their own designated variety.

9. Print a Beverly Hills Walking Tour from LoveBeverlyHills.com or pick one up at the Beverly Hills Visitor Center and then explore the city on foot!

10. Window shop 'til you drop on Rodeo Drive! These three blocks of luxury shopping are the best in the world for day-dreaming and indulging!

11. Spot your favorite designer, model or other fashion legend on Rodeo Drive's Walk of Style. Each honoree has a plaque embedded in the sidewalk with their name, a quote and their autograph.

12. Visit the Beverly Hills Visitor Center, the gateway to the city! Our Visitor Center Concierge are pleased to help you plan the remainder of your time in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, provide insider tips and help you shop for Beverly Hills branded merchandise.

13. Don't miss a look at City Hall's Spanish Renaissance style architecture, including an 8-story tower with blue, green and gold tiled dome.

14. Enjoy 2-hour free parking at one of the many City of Beverly Hills operated lots on S. Beverly Drive, Brighton Way, Rexford Drive and N. Canon Drive.

15. Watch the Electric Fountain come alive with varying light and water patterns. Look familiar? The fountain has made appearances in the movie Clueless and the Go-Go's Our Lips Are Sealed music video.

16. Jog on the pedestrian trail down 11 blocks of Beverly Gardens Park. Shaded by ample trees, it's also a great trail for a leisurely stroll.

17. Admire Bijan's famous yellow and black Bugatti which is nearly always parked outside the Bijan store on Rodeo Drive.

18. Pick up a booklet of Exclusive Offers at the Beverly Hills Visitor Center which can be redeemed at shopping, dining, sightseeing, and spa & salon locations throughout Beverly Hills. Including two-for-one admission to The Paley Center for Media's current Warner Bros. television exhibit, and a free cupcake at Sprinkles, this is one perk you don't want to miss!

19. Walk just north of Beverly Gardens Park onto a quiet residential neighborhood and receive a major surprise as you stumble up a real life Witch's House! This whimsical cottage was built on a film studio lot and relocated to its current location, where it is used as a private residence.

20. Pick which public art sculpture in Beverly Gardens Park is your favorite, from the wildly colorful Hymn of Life: Tulips by Yayoi Kusama or the stainless steel Erratic that measures 15 feet long.

21. Peruse the Beverly Hills Famers' Market every Sunday from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. A feast for the senses, the market features farm fresh produce, artisanal packaged foods, and flowers alongside live music and activities for kids.

22. Wednesday through Sunday, visit The Paley Center for Media where you can access a library of some of the best television programming of the past decades or catch a screening. Visit the Paley Center's website for daily screening schedules.

23. Get lost in the vast department stores along Wilshire Blvd - aptly nicknamed Department Store Row. Barneys New York, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus provide hours of shopping entertainment.

24. Head to the edge of town to view the signature Beverly Hills city limits street signs. One is located on the northeast corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Moreno Drive.

25. Explore the literary world at Beverly Hills Public Library. With 2-hour free parking adjacent to the library, you have the time to curl up and read a favorite book.

26. Admire the silver torso sculpture in the Rodeo Drive median at Dayton Way. "Torso" by world-renowned artist Robert Graham is the symbol for the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style.

27. Take a seat inside the lobby of The Beverly Hills Hotel and absorb the luxurious grounds that many celebrities have walked upon throughout the hotel's 100 year history.

28. Be wowed by magical décor during the holiday season. Two Rodeo and Rodeo Drive are especially full of holiday cheer and each hotel decorates its lobby to the nines in a unique and festive fashion.

29. Let the Beverly Hills Visitor Center Concierge assist you with all of your needs, from securing sightseeing tour tickets to making dinner reservations at one of our exquisite restaurants.

30. Make your way to the "Mecca for cheese aficionados." If you call yourself a cheese lover, than you cannot miss the sight - and smell! - of The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills  The staff is delighted to share their extensive knowledge of cheese as well as offer free samples.

31. Indulge your sweet tooth at Edelweiss Chocolates, one of the oldest confectionaries in America that still process its chocolates by hand. You may have the opportunity to take a tour of their chocolate factory.

32. Drive into the hills to admire the unique architecture and vast size of some of the many private mansions.

33. Pause on the 300 Block of Rodeo Drive to see the Frank Lloyd Wright designed "Anderton Court", marked by the identifiable spiral ramp and triangular tower.

34. Feel like a celebrity when you walk the red carpet entrance at Beverly Hills Hotel.

35. Not quite free, but at just $1 for children under 12 years of age, the Beverly Hills trolley tour is quite a deal! Hop aboard for a 40-minute narrated tour of art, architecture, historical and renowned areas of the city.

36. Live like a local by discovering the unique boutiques and bustling cafes along N. and S. Beverly Drive.

37. Make Crustacean one of your dining stops, as their koi pond embedded in the floor is a bonus attraction on top of a great meal.

38. Access free Wi-Fi at most any of the local coffee shops and on the Beverly Hills Civic Center grounds.

39. Get fit with Lululemon! The fitness apparel retailer offers free yoga classes and a weekly run club, all open to the public at no cost!

40. Strike a pose with the family of statues outside the Fred Hayman commemorative building on North Canon. The building, with eye-catching yellow and white striped awnings, is a recreation of Hayman's storefront of Giorgio Beverly Hills, the first luxury retailer on Rodeo Drive.

41. Check the construction progress at the site of the future Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. This state-of-the-art performing arts center will incorporate the historic Beverly Hills Post Office as well as building a brand new 500-seat venue.

42. Perk up with a visit to American Tea Room. The shop features hundreds of hand-selected international black, green and white teas with many available to sample and an extremely knowledgeable staff.

43. Take a somber moment and reflect on the events of 9/11 at the 9/11 Memorial Garden. A structural beam recovered from Ground Zero acts as the centerpiece of this space.

44. People watch! There truly is no place like Beverly Hills to do so.

45. Take a break in the shade under one of our many trees on public land. Beverly Hills is actually an Arbor Day designated "Tree City USA" for our commitment to public greenery!

46. Smell the roses, literally, at the Rose Garden within Beverly Gardens Park.

47. Hotel hop! You don't have to be a guest to check out the impressive exteriors and lobbies of a dozen hotels around town, each with their own interior décor style from mid-century modern to Italian Renaissance.

48. Take a seat on any street in the Golden Triangle and see some of the world's finest cars whiz by. Ferraris, and Maybachs, and Lamborghinis, oh my!

49. Design your own jewelry, stone by stone, at Kendra Scott's interactive Color Bar.

50. Check out Ice Cream Lab for made to order ice cream. The whole process is sure to impress everyone in your group.