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Leonis Adobe Museum
Indulge in a small piece of Los Angeles history. The Leonis Adobe Museum, located near Thousand Oaks, was the home of "the King of Calabasas," Leonis Adobe. Tour this 150-year-old home, with its original buildings, to see what life on the ranch was like in the late 1800s. In 1962, the ranch was saved from demolition and declared the first Historic Cultural Monument in Los Angeles.
The museum's artifacts include laundry washboards, the horno oven, wagons and several pieces of farm equipment. While visiting the ranch, also tour the historic Plummer House. It was moved from Plummer Park in West Hollywood, to the ranch property in 1983. The house was restored and is now a Visitor Center and Gift Shop for the Museum.
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