The most famous fountain in Beverly Hills is the electric fountain at the corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Wilshire Blvd in Beverly Gardens Park. It is listed as #20 on the city’s Register of historic properties. The fountain is the demarcation point between Westwood, Century City, and Beverly Hills.
The fountain opened in 1931 and is rumored to have stopped moving traffic for hours when it first opened. It may not stop traffic today (the corner is a lot more built up nowadays) but it still turns heads.
The original cost of the fountain was $22,000.