Los Angeles City Cultural Landmark #1
As Los Angeles City Cultural Landmark #1, the Leonis Adobe Museum is dedicated to restoring, preserving, and sharing the last of the old west. Here, you can experience California ranch life of the late 1800s…visit a Victorian-style early Los Angeles home… see what a jail was like in the Wild West…enjoy a picnic in picturesque Calabasas Park with its antique ironwork and lovely gardens. The Leonis Adobe was the home of Miguel Leonis, known as the King of Calabasas. The museum features his authentically furnished two-story Monterey-style adobe with original buildings, period livestock, gardens and a vineyard--all part of Leonis' recreated ranch where he once ruled the territory. The Leonis Adobe Museum offers Public Tours, Educational Field Trips, Group Tours, Scout Tours and Ground Rentals. Memberships are also available with many benefits. Special Events are held throughout the year. The Leonis Adobe is a California legend you won't want to miss!
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