Leonis Adobe Museum

Calabasas, California

The Leonis Adobe Museum and Plummer House is a historical monument and living history museum dedicated to restoring, preserving, and sharing California ranch life in the late 1880s. Built in the 1870s by Miguel Leonis, the "King of Calabasas," the Leonis Adobe was saved from demolition by the efforts of local activist Kay Beachy and restored by the Leonis Adobe Association.

The Leonis Adobe Museum today welcomes visitors to experience California ranch life as it was in the 1880s. Explore the restored and authentically furnished Monterrey style adobe house, feed the ranch animals, and join us for our hugely popular annual events for crafts, music, and family fun.

The Leonis Adobe Museum and Plummer House is a historical monument and living history museum dedicated to restoring, preserving, and sharing California ranch life in the late 1880s. Built in the 1870s by Miguel Leonis, the "King of Calabasas," the Leonis Adobe was saved from demolition by the efforts of local activist Kay Beachy and restored by the Leonis Adobe Association.

The Leonis Adobe Museum today welcomes visitors to experience California ranch life as it was in the 1880s. Explore the restored and authentically furnished Monterrey style adobe house, feed the ranch animals, and join us for our hugely popular annual events for crafts, music, and family fun.

Contact us

Contact the Leonis Adobe Museum staff!
23537 Calabasas Road

Calabasas, CA, 91302

(818) 222-6511

contact@leonisadobemuseum.org