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  3. The Leonis Adobe Museum is a historical monument and living history museum dedicated to restoring, preserving, and sharing California ranch life in the late 1880s.

  4. Leonis Adobe - Wikipedia

    The Leonis Adobe is a historic adobe located in what is now Calabasas, California. One of the oldest surviving private residences in Los Angeles County and one of the oldest surviving buildings in the San Fernando Valley, it was built in 1844 and occupied by the wealthy rancher Miguel Leonis (October 20, 1824 – September 20, 1889) until his ...

  5. Leonis Adobe Museum - The Leonis Adobe Museum

    The Leonis Adobe is the Calabasas home of Miguel Leonis, one of the most colorful and larger-than-life figures in 19th century Los Angeles. Standing six-feet-four-inches tall and referred to as the "King of Calabasas," Leonis was a wealthy French Basque rancho owner in the San Fernando Valley.

  6. Leonis Adobe Museum (Calabasas) - All You Need ... - Tripadvisor

    The Leonis Adobe is a nice place to stop for an hour or so when traveling in either direction on the 101 freeway. It is 1 minute from the freeway exit. They have several historic structures, the main Leonis adobe, the plumer's house - moved here from Hollywood. The water tower, barn and more.

  7. Leonis Adobe Museum – Calabasas, California - Atlas Obscura

    Discover Leonis Adobe Museum in Calabasas, California: The restored estate of a wealthy rancher was once at the heart of an unprecedented legal victory.

  8. Leonis Adobe & Plummer House Museum - Yelp

    The Leonis Adobe is a Monterey-style adobe house and working ranch originally owned by Miguel Leonis, who was once known as "El Basco Grande" or "The Big Basque". The property includes the 1844 adobe house, barn and corrals with livestock, outbuildings, wagons and crops.

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    Leonis was a bearded, 6-foot-4-inch native of the Basque region in the French Pyrenees. He controlled much of the west end of the San Fernando Valley and part of Ventura County. The Adobe was built in stages and by the 1870s Leonis had extensively enlarged and remodeled the adobe into the Monterey Colonial-style mansion that remains today.

  11. Leonis Adobe Museum | Calabasas CA - Facebook

    Leonis Adobe Museum, Calabasas, California. 1,992 likes · 8 talking about this · 1,913 were here. Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #1Award-Winning Living History Museum.

  12. Leonis Adobe Museum - Ventura County Museums

    Leonis Adobe Museum. Agriculture, Guided Tours, Historical, School Tours. Sometime during the 1870s, Miguel Leonis and his Chumash wife Espiritu Chijulla, moved into their adobe brick house, enlarging and extensively remodeling the building into the gracious Monterey-style building you see today. Miguel was Basque, born in the French Pyrenees.