|Beverly Hills mementos|
“For visitors or residents that may not have had time to stop by our Visitor Center to pick up a memorable gift, we’ve now made it easy to purchase items using our online store,” says Julie Wagner, CEO of BHCVB.
Additional mementos available for purchase include The Beverly Hills Centennial Cookbook, featuring dozens of recipes from the city’s iconic restaurants such as Spago, Il Pastaio and Matsuhisa as well as the hardcover book, In The Spirit of Beverly Hills, that explores the glamorous heritage of the famous zip code, highlighting its hotels, shops and historical attractions.
Animal lovers can enjoy the darling “Teddy” plush dog that can easily become a new travel companion and serves as the official Love Beverly Hills mascot.
“Our goal is to carry a wide variety of items that promotes our beautiful destination and can be enjoyed and passed down from generation to generation,” says Wagner.
The Visitor Center, located at 9400 South Santa Monica Boulevard #102, continues to serve as a helpful resource for visitors interested in reserving a sightseeing tour as well as information on hotels, restaurants, shopping and nearby attractions since opening its doors in 2008.
Wagner adds: “We are proud of our Visitor Center staff that are not only knowledgeable, but are fluent in multiple languages which is valuable for our international visitors.”
The Visitor Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. For additional information and to shop the online store, visit store.lovebeverlyhills.com.