“A 19th century English revival”
Historic Greystone Mansion and Park is owned by the City of Beverly Hills and is operated through the Department of Community Services - Recreation and Parks Division. Greystone Mansion is a public treasure in Beverly Hills. The Friends of Greystone is a non-profit organization founded to preserve, protect, promote and enhance Greystone Mansion, as well as promote ongoing activities for the enjoyment and enrichment of the public. Greystone’s exterior is 19th century English revival architecture with a combination of two story turrets faced with Indiana limestone, Welsh slate and leaded glass windows. The interior is 18th century in style and includes fifty-five livable rooms in 46,054 square feet, including the entertainment wing consisting of a theater, bowling alley and billiard room.
Experience life like the rich and famous when you visit the Greystone Mansion. Nicknamed the Doheny Mansion, its distinct Tudor Revival architecture is the first thing that draws your attention. Since the interior is not open to the public, enjoy the stylish English gardens surrounding the mansion.
Walk through the lush garden grounds decorated by European-style fountains and tranquil petal-covered pools. Colorful flowers boasting hues of pinks, whites, and yellows highlight the paved walkways.
If you’re lucky, you’ll get an invite to one of the many special events that happen in the Greystone Mansion. Corporate events, private parties, and weddings are all frequently held here. In all the excitement of being inside this Hollywood mansion, make sure to note the elaborate furnishings and iconic house features, like the descending stairs.
We think a visit here is one of the best things to do in Beverly Hills!
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