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Historic Lily pond, Beverly Hills

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  • The park was very neat and clean. Lots of statues. Tyhe Lile Pond was also nice wityh several ducks swimming on that. You can seat on the bank of the Pond which will give a wide view with the road... 
    The park was very neat and clean. Lots of statues. Tyhe Lile Pond was also nice wityh several ducks swimming on that. You can seat on the bank of the Pond which will give a wide view with the road...  more »
  • The "Lily Pond" in Beverly Hills has quite a history... Originally installed in 1907 it was always a prominent feature of the Beverly Gardens Park. Due to costs to maintain the Pond the decision was....  more
    The "Lily Pond" in Beverly Hills has quite a history... Originally installed in 1907 it was always a prominent feature of the Beverly Gardens Park. Due to costs to maintain the Pond the decision was....  more »
  • Situated in Beverly Hills is the famous Beverly Gardens Park. The Park spans nearly two miles long along Santa Monica Boulevard from North Doheny Drive to Wilshire Boulevard. This green zone park is....  more
    Situated in Beverly Hills is the famous Beverly Gardens Park. The Park spans nearly two miles long along Santa Monica Boulevard from North Doheny Drive to Wilshire Boulevard. This green zone park is....  more »
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  • Everyone wants to visit Beverly Hills, and one of the first stops is the Beverly Hills Sign and Lily Pond. It's a photo-op dream. The sign and pond date back to the early 1900s, but the pond was dismantled for a park many years ago, but was restored for the BH centennial in 2014. A must-see attraction if there ever was one. George Vreeland Hill
  • Beautiful landmark. Worth the trip.
  • Cute free family fun. Relaxing getaway from the city.
  • Very nice park to be and enjoy

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