Virginia Robinson Gardens
Terrace garden view
swimming pool
house entrance
patio view
Neptune statue

Virginia Robinson Gardens

 

 

1008 Elden Way

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

(310) 276-5367 Extension 1

Driving Directions

 

 

Park Hours:

Tuesday - Friday (with docent led tours): 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

 

Tours are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Contact the garden for more information.  For reservations please email: visit@robinsongardens.org

 

Vehicle Entrance Fees: Free with advanced parking reservations.

No street parking is permitted.

 

Admission Fees:  
Adults: $11.00
Students (with I.D.) $6.00
Seniors (62+) $6.00
Children (5-12) $4.00

 

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The Virginia Robinson Gardens, with its eloquent blend of architecture and landscape, is a beautiful representation of an early twentieth century estate. Harry and Virginia Robinson, famous for their popular department store called Robinson’s, built the main house in 1911, in a handsome Mediterranean Classic Revival style. The main residence is furnished with beautiful artifacts collected from around the world.

The Renaissance Revival Pool Pavilion was built in 1924 and is modeled after the famous Villa Pisani in Italy. The Pavilion over looks a sparkling pool constructed with mosaic tile wainscoting. Decorative panels of sgraffitio ornamentation adorn the Roman arches that one passes though when entering the solarium.

The surrounding gardens range from Italianate to luxurious tropical forests with towering king palms, bananas and fragrant gingers. A wonderful vegetable and herb garden, along with several rose gardens are favorite stops for visitors.

The residence and garden may be reserved for small intimate guided tours or the Pool Pavilion and gardens can be rented for a special event and luncheon.

View the beautiful gardens and the many historical artifacts in the house while on a 90 minute docent led tour. See over 500 blooming roses with their intoxicating fragrance or savor the many culinary herbs in the Kitchen Garden. Listen to the breezes blow through the leaves of over 1000 palm trees. Take a trip back to the ”Golden Days of Hollywood.” Become acquainted with The Robinson Family and their many contributions to the development of Southern California.

Park Programs:

For park programs visit: www.robinsongardens.org