Mission San Luis

Description

A beautiful 60-acre archaeological park. The site of a 17th century Spanish mission, San Luis contains archaeological evidence of a Spanish fort, church, and residences, as well as an Apalachee Indian council house and village. The Apalachee Indians and the Spanish lived here together for 50 years. Interpretive displays and programs bring early settlers to life. A reconstructed Apalachee Indian council house on the site is one of the largest historic Native American structures in the southeastern Unitied States, accommodating 2,000-3,000 people.

Address

2100 West Tennessee St.
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Lat/Long

30.44809500, -84.31933500
Visit Website
850-487-3711

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