Greystone Mansion and Park, Beverly Hills

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Experience a piece of Hollywood history at Greystone Mansion and Park. After a turbulent past of interchanging ownership following the murder/suicide of original owner Ned Doheny in 1929, Beverly Hills eventually ended up purchasing the estate in 1965, later converting it into a public park. Entrance into the mansion is usually closed off, but you can stroll around the park for free and admire the beautifully arranged gardens and great views of the city. If the iconic Hollywood grounds look familiar, it's probably because they've been the centerpiece of many movies and TV shows. Just keep in mind that smoking, picnicking, sports, pets, and loud music are prohibited in the area. Use our Beverly Hills online attractions planner to add Greystone Mansion and Park and other attractions to your Beverly Hills vacation plans.
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  • First time! Recently went for a wedding and wow! It was so beautiful. The views were breathtaking and the park was so clean! 
    First time! Recently went for a wedding and wow! It was so beautiful. The views were breathtaking and the park was so clean!  more »
  • A great morning out in LA and something that we hadn’t done on prior visits. A quick Uber from West Hollywood and a booking is required (free of charge) that we were able to secure the morning of... 
    A great morning out in LA and something that we hadn’t done on prior visits. A quick Uber from West Hollywood and a booking is required (free of charge) that we were able to secure the morning of...  more »
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  • Easily one of my favorite places to visit in LA. I first visited back when I was in high school, but being that was almost 20 years ago there was a lot I forgot. Not only is there a ton of history with the estate and owners, but the grounds alone are worth the visit. They are really beautiful and are crisscrossed with many walking paths that go around both sides of the estate. The mansion was closed during our visit due to COVID protocols, but we were able to see all around the exterior. There is a rose garden near the entrance but since they are out of season there are better times to view that part. I love this part of LA so visiting the area is a pleasure and parking is easy so getting in and out is a breeze. Make sure to make reservations online prior to visiting. I plan to visit again as soon as the interior tours are open again.
  • This is a beautiful place and it's great for family with kids. The mansion spans 46,000 sqft on a 6.5 ha land. You can easily get lost if you do not follow signs there. It has many sections with different gardens. The most famous is the cypress walk and the grand stairs where many movies were made. It's free for public access and free for non-professional photos. Park rangers are ACTIVELY patron the entire estate to make sure everything is in order all the times. Plenty of parking space and they do have multiple public restrooms in the facility. Not sure about handicap friendly or not since there are many stairs.

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