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The Reyes Adobe Historic Site

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slee328 wrote a review Jun 2019
Agoura Hills, California16 contributions1 helpful vote
It is a good neighborhood park for good family activities like ball games, walking , take the dog. It has restrooms and BBQ grill. A covered pavilion and plenty of recreation facilities for little ones to slide, swing, or spin. It is in a very safe neighborhood.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Roger E wrote a review Feb 2019
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Nice place for a casual visit and picnic in the park. The adobe is preserved extremely well by the local population.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Michael T wrote a review Jan 2018
Los Angeles, California801 contributions105 helpful votes
I learned about The Reyes Adobe via the "Passport 2 History" which has many local museums and historical sites in it that you wouldn't know existed! I always try to be fair in my rating system and rate things based off their potential. For example, I recently rated the (somewhat) nearby Pleasant Valley Historical Society Museum and Botanical Gardens a 5 because they're really doing the most with what they have. I hate to give a free museum less than 4 stars, but there just wasn't that much to do or see at this one. They had some cool things, but really nothing hands on. The tour begins with a 10 minute video, which we didn't make it through as I had my 3 year old with us. The house itself had some neat things to see, and I learned some interesting things... The highlights for me was learning that the phrase "sleep tight" comes from the old beds that literally are on ropes that you can adjust! And that the bread was divided based on status... the workers got the more burnt bottom part, and so on up, which is where we get "the upper crust". Make sure you see the original mission bell outside that was moved here for an eagle scout project in 1988. Also, the artifacts in the original barn (where the welcome center is) is probably the coolest part. I really enjoyed the room behind the main room that has special events. That room was pretty relaxing for some reason. After visiting a bunch of these, I just felt that The Reyes Adobe was a bit less exciting than the others with less to do. I hear they have an amazing Halloween festival, so we'll have to check that out! If you're into history, this is definitely a place you can explore. I would personally bundle this in with a few surrounding museums and that will make for a nice day! But my toddler wasn't really having this one. Very nice folks who worked here though! A+ for them!
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Cesar C wrote a review Sep 2017
28 contributions2 helpful votes
Beyond the typical early California history available, it hosts a multi of events. This includes Art exhibits and the Annual Reyes Adobe Days festival with concerts, kid activities, and a beer garden. Nice weather, people, and venue.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Al M wrote a review Aug 2017
Los Angeles, California17 contributions4 helpful votes
My family and I have visited several times for different events, it's like going back in time. A good chance to see it is during the annual Reyes Adobe Days in the month of October when it's open to the public.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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