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Leonis Adobe Museum Historic Home and Ranch

Explore the grounds of Los Angeles Historic Cultural Landmark #1, the location of one of the oldest residences in Los Angeles County. The Leonis Adobe is the recreated functioning ranch of the “King of Calabasas,” Miguel Leonis. As you walk the rooms of the fully restored and furnished Monterey-style adobe house, you return to the era of an 1880s California rancho. Miguel Leonis was a six-foot-four French-Basque and Espiritu Chijulla Leonis was his Chumash Native American common law wife. The property also has livestock authentic to the period—including Merino sheep, Longhorn Cattle, Percheron Horses, Angora and Nubian goats, and chickens. Guests will spend time immersed in an era that is a must-see for anyone interested in California history.

23537 Calabasas Rd, Calabasas, California, United States
Leonis Adobe Museum Historic Home and Ranch
  1. The Leonis Adobe House
  2. Miguel Leonis, The Big Basque
  3. Espiritu Chijulla Leonis
  4. Marcelina Leonis
  5. Juan Menendez
  6. Living Room
  7. Corner Cabinets
  8. Piano
  9. Dining Room
  10. Kitchen
  11. Cellar and Pantry
  12. Upper Rear Hallway
  13. Menendez Room
  14. Espiritu's Bedroom
  15. Sewing Room
  16. Front Upstairs Veranda
  17. Outdoor Oven or Horno
  18. Oak Tree
  19. Poultry and Doves
  20. Guinea Hens
  21. Turkeys
  22. Barn and Blacksmith Shop
  23. Carriages and Buggies
  24. Miguel's Land and Property Map
  25. Bath House
  26. Laundry Area
  27. Well and Windmill
  28. Tank House and Water Tank
  29. Orsua Room
  30. Vineyard
  31. Fruit Trees
  32. Vegetable Garden
  33. Longhorn Cattle
  34. Merino Sheep
  35. Nubian and Angora Goats
  36. Percheron Draft Horses
  37. Farm Implements
  38. Wagons
  39. Outhouses
  40. The Plummer House