FARMERS’ MARKET – OLD TOWN CALABASAS
Every Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine, residents and visitors flock to Old Town Calabasas where a weekly farmers’ market replaces the old general store. Local vendors bring their fresh and exotic fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods and prepared foods to go.
Calabasas Farmers’ Market
JOHN AND JULIANA GENSLEY DEMONSTRATION GARDEN
A native garden with 120 varieties of plants, with periodic plant sales, located at the Botanical Research Center at Soka University of America. On display is a low-maintenance, water-conserving garden. Located at 26800 Mulholland Hwy. Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. (818) 878-3703
WALKING TOUR BROCHURE AND CITY MAPS
For those who enjoy a relaxed pace and the opportunity to view our city at their leisure, a special walking tour brochure and maps are available at the Chamber office.
LEONIS ADOBE MUSEUM & CALABASAS CREEK PARK
During the 19th century, Calabasas developed a reputation of being a wild and lawless territory known for its one-day justice ruled by Miguel Leonis, the “King of Calabasas.” Open to the public, the Leonis Adobe Museum is the Leonis family’s preserved, scaled-down ranch and includes original buildings with livestock and artifacts for viewing. Also part of the museum is an 1875-vintage Victorian home and park with rose and topiary gardens and year round stream. Children programs, school tours and scout projects are conducted throughout the year including a summer “Let’s Feed the Animals” weekly program. The Museum is available for weddings and special events. The Leonis Adobe Museum is located in Old Town Calabasas at 23537 Calabasas Road. Hours are Wednesday – Friday and Sunday, from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Calabasas Creek Park SCENIC HIGHWAYS
Las Virgenes/Malibu Canyon Road and Mulholland Highway in the Santa Monica Mountains are designated scenic highways, located in the area’s wildlife corridors. Deer, coyotes and a variety of birds including red-tailed hawks are often spotted along the road. Hiking trails and picnic areas are located on or near the highways in state and national parkland or at city parks.