Los Adaes State Historic Site

Los Adaes State Historic Site


Location:1 mile northeast of Robeline on LA 485, just off LA 6.
Facilities:Archeological site, visitor center, restrooms.
Activities:Guided tours, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Dating back to the early 1700s, Los Adaes was the symbol of New Spain in Louisiana, a former capital of Texas, and the scene of a unique cooperation among the French, the Spanish and the indigenous Native Americans. Today, archeological finds in the area and exhibits tell the story of this era in Louisiana history.
Address:6354 Hwy 485
Robeline, LA 71469

Phone:318-472-9449
Phone: 888-677-5378;
Web: www.crt.state.la.us/parks/iLosadaes.aspx
Size: 14 acres.

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