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Events Calendar

Mission San Luis is temporarily CLOSED to the public and ONSITE events are temporarily canceled.

Please join us for our VIRTUAL PROGRAMS!

Special Virtual Programs


Posted online on
specified third Wednesdays


 Virtual Homeschool Days

 Themed videos and lesson plans with activities for a variety of grade levels

-- Wednesday, September 30, 2020  (Theme: 17th-Century Science)
-- Wednesday, October 21, 2020   (Theme: Music at Mission San Luis
-- Wednesday, February 17, 2021  (Theme: Spiritual Traditions at Mission San Luis)
-- Wednesday, April 21, 2021  (Theme: Neighboring Native Tribes)
-- Wednesday, June 16, 2021  (Theme: TBD)
-- Wednesday, August 18, 2021  (Theme: TBD)

Posted online
Oct 2020 - June 2021


 Virtual Archaeological Site Tour Videos

 Videos on Mission San Luis archaeology featuring Senior Archaeologist Jerry Lee

-- October 2020  (History and Town Plan of Mission San Luis)
-- November 2020  (Archaeology of the Council House)
-- December 2020  (Archaeology of the Spanish Village)
-- January 2021 (Archaeology of the Franciscan Church)
-- February 2021 (Archaeology of the Friary) 
-- April 2021 (Archaeology of the Kitchen)
-- May 2021 (Archaeology of the Military Complex)
-- June 2021 (Early Native Peoples in Apalachee Province)

2020 Content still available online


 Virtual Blessing of Animals 

 Celebrating animals past and present with special videos:
-- Virtual history, games and a craft for the kids
-- Videos from animal education organizations, shelters, and rescue groups
-- Virtual group pet blessings by a Catholic deacon

Content still available online


 Virtual Summer Camp

 Free online camp experiences with videos, crafts and other activities

 Select Saturdays

(Requires Fee)

 Virtual Workshops

Learn a historic skill with us online!



Onsite Weekly & Monthly Events - CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

First Wednesdays
& Every Wednesday in March 
Archaeological Site Tours  (See Virtual Archaeological Site Tours above)
Join a Mission San Luis archaeologist for a tour of Tallahassee's only National Historic Landmark from an archaeological perspective. Learn how the site was excavated and what was discovered about the Apalachee and Spanish residents from the 17th century.
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
First & Third Saturdays

Archery Activities for Visitors
(weather & staff permitting)
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Second & Fourth Saturdays

October - May:
June, July, and September:
Black-Powder Weapon Firing Demonstrations
(weather & staff permitting)
11:00 am - Noon & 2:00 - 3:00 pm
11:00 am - Noon
No demos
Select Saturdays Workshops
Call 850.245.6406 to confirm dates and times or for more information.
    Sponsored by the Friends of Florida History, Inc.