The Legacy of Paul R. Williams in Beverly Hills
Saturday, February 24, 2024
Exploring the Legacy of Paul R. Williams in Beverly Hills
Join the L.A. Conservancy on a walking tour of Beverly Hills to visit the exteriors of several Paul Revere Williams structures and discover his impact on Beverly Hills architecture. Paul Revere Williams designed over 2,000 structures across L.A. County in a trailblazing career spanning nearly six decades. His mastery of architectural styles ran the gamut from Colonial to Tudor to Modern, and the types of buildings he designed were just as varied. The tour will include four residences and several businesses in various revisionist styles, and attendees will learn about Williams’ remarkable life and accomplishments and the importance of protecting his legacy.
Upcoming Paul R. Williams Tours
- Feb 24th 10:00am Sold Out
- Feb 24th 10:30am Sold Out
Details & Getting There
The tour consists primarily of exteriors.
Meeting and parking information provided in reservation confirmation.
- Tour will occur rain or shine.
- The L.A. Conservancy highly recommends but does not require wearing a face mask.
- The L.A. Conservancy highly recommends but does not require being vaccinated against COVID-19.
- If a member of your party is in a wheelchair, please let us know in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional details, see below.
All participants in the Los Angeles Conservancy-sponsored Walking Tours knowingly and freely accept and assume all risks, both known and unknown, including contracting and/or transmitting COVID-19 and any other communicable diseases, and AGREE TO RELEASE, DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, NOT SUE, AND HOLD HARMLESS the Los Angeles Conservancy, its principals, officers, employees, volunteers, sponsors, agents and other participants from any and all claims, damages (including medical expenses and attorneys’ fees), injuries and expenses arising out of, or resulting from your voluntary attendance/participation in Walking Tours, including contracting and/or transmitting COVID-19 and any other communicable diseases and any and all other injury, illness, disability, death, or loss or damage to person or property. All participants expressly waive the benefits of California Civil Code 1542, which provides that: “A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release and that, if known by him or her, would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party.
Major funding for the Los Angeles Conservancy’s educational programs is provided by the LaFetra Foundation and the Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.