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Mission San Luis de Apalachee

2100 W Tennessee St, Tallahassee, FL 32304-3119
+1 850-245-6406
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Living History Historic Site

Portions of Mission San Luis has been reconstructed. There are large buildings and Indian... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
Fort Wayne, Indiana
An Very Interesting Window Into The History of Spanish Florida

In the past two years, while traveling through Tallahassee, I've attempted to stop and visit the... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Jacksonville, Florida
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2100 W Tennessee St, Tallahassee, FL 32304-3119
+1 850-245-6406
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Reviewed 15 April 2017

Portions of Mission San Luis has been reconstructed. There are large buildings and Indian structures. There were people in the buildings to explain what life was during the period the mission was active. There is an indoor museum including relics and art that were in...More

1  Thank WanderingWolffie
Reviewed 11 April 2017

In the past two years, while traveling through Tallahassee, I've attempted to stop and visit the museum but I would always show up at the wrong time (wrong day or after visiting hours). My wife and I were visiting Tallahassee with a group of people...More

2  Thank tmwright44
Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

We had a great time at the mission. Staff was great and the price was definitely a great deal. Stayed 2 hours but could spend more. We will go back again

1  Thank share b
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

A good walk through history. We entered and found a giant meeting hall with an interpreter dressed for the period explaining how it was used. Walking around the grounds we met a fryer who explained about the church and two soldiers guarding the fort and...More

1  Thank Janet B
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Reconstructed Native village and several buildings associated with a 16th century Spanish mission. Period-clad docents deliver short history lessons and answer questions for visitors as they take a carnival-style tour. Main bldg contains small museum, giftshop and theater where shortfilm is shown depicting the history...More

Thank Texaholic2000
Reviewed 17 March 2017

I just happened by while I was getting gas to go back to Tampa. My wife and I had visited several of the missions in California so were curious. The reconstruction of the community structure was impressive and the young woman reenacting a resident was...More

Thank Mike S
Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

I was almost 9 months pregnant when my daughter's 3rd grade class had a feild trip here. This is a historically fun place for kids, once you start the tour it's actually bigger then you think inside, & the interaction the staff had w/the kids...More

Thank Toiyea G
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Children and adults learned about Indian customs and how tribal councils worked. Were introduced to artifacts found at archaeological sites. Given insights on what items were used for. The area that shows how Indians lived hundreds of years ago was very interesting. In the English...More

Thank tobybear2014
Reviewed 14 March 2017

When you first enter the Mission, you are greeted with a museum style entry,with rooms of artifacts, paintings and guided information of the period. There is also a informational movie availible with the entry fee. Next up is the authentic reproduction of the Native/Spanish village....More

Thank h0neylady
Reviewed 13 March 2017

We happened to visit Mission San Luis on Valentine's day and what a pleasant surprise the whole day was. We started off by getting in free just by Liking them on Facebook. We started with a stroll through a small history museum that tells about...More

Thank DianePJ
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How long does it take to tour? Is there restaurants in the aea?
28 March 2017|
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Response from mdfloyd322 | Reviewed this property |
We stopped at everything, talked at length to the docents and watched the movie. We were there a little over three hours.
Is there an onsite restaurant? Are the people depicting the living history there every day, or just on Sat?
5 August 2015|
Response from islandgirl0719 | Reviewed this property |
There are no restaurants on site. There is a gift shop with snacks. There are several restaurants within a one mile radius. There is a Columbian Restaurant within walking distance.