Introduction to Rolling Hills Estates, California
Rolling Hills Estates History
Rolling Hills Estates is located in Los Angeles County. The county was founded in 1850. The city was a part of the first Spanish rancho land grant in the state of California. The City of Rolling Hills Estates was incorporated on September 18, 1957.
Rolling Hills Estates and Nearby Attractions
- Long Beach Museum of Art.
- Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits.
- Will Rogers State Historic Park.
- Topanga State Park.
- Cerritos Regional County Park.
- Dockweiler Beach State Park.
Things To Do In Rolling Hills Estates
Local parks include the Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park, the Silver Spur Park, Rockbluff Park and the Cerritos Regional County Park. The Los Angeles Maritime Museum, the Banning Residence Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art are the local museums. The Watts Towers of Simon Rodia State Historic Park, Rancho Los Cerritos and the Pío Pico State Historic Park are all accessible from Rolling Hills as well.
Rolling Hills Estates Transportation
Los Angeles International Airport is nearby.
Rolling Hills Estates Higher Education
The University of La Verne, City University-Los Angeles and the University of Southern California are some of the local universities.