Introduction to Beverly Hills, Michigan
Beverly Hills, Michigan, in Oakland county, is 3 miles N of Southfield, Michigan and 16 miles NW of Detroit, Michigan. The people of the town are in the Detroit metropolitan area. Beverly Hills has a population of 10,437.
Beverly Hills History
Beverly Hills is an exclusive community located in Oakland County, in southeastern Michigan. The area was initially incorporated as the village of Westwood. The city was formed in the year 1958 for the purpose of establishing an official village government.
Beverly Hills and nearby Attractions
- Franklin Historical Museum
- Inglenook Park
- Robert Kidd Gallery
- David Klein Gallery
- Artspace II Inc
- Cranbrook Art Museum
Things To Do In Beverly Hills
The city offers various recreational opportunities for its people, like boating and fishing, hiking, biking and golfing. Visitors can also plan a sightseeing trip and enjoy visiting all the tourist attractions situated in and around the city.
Beverly Hills Transportation
Oakland County International is the nearest major airport.
Beverly Hills Higher Education
The colleges and universities offering higher education are Lawrence Technological University, Oakland Community College-Bloomfield Hills Campus and University of Phoenix-Detroit Campus.