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Bluff Fort Historic Site, Bluff

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  • beautiful place of attaching people who like you explain and tell the functioning in every wooden house the life of people is explained in several languages to the choic
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  • Stop by Bluff Fort on recommendation of a local. It was a a great history of the San Juan missionaries and the town of Bluff.  more »
  • This is a well-preserved 19c fort with many replica buildings and artefacts, as well as some original features. We enjoyed walking around it, reading about all the settlers who had lived in the area. ...  more »
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  • I was visiting Gallup, NM end of last year and only had one day to visit Monument Valley. Since I left early in that morning, I had few hours to spare to venture further up the Route 163 & 191 and made U turn at the Bluff. I figure it was a cool name town. Passing through Bluff was last thing I had in mind when I woke up on Dec 10, 2016 at 5 AM in Gallup. I am from NY/NJ so Bluff was indeed a small town but the Visitor Center caught my eyes with Stage Wagon outside. I decided to take a quick visit. I am originally from Korea long time ago. 1969 was around the time of Wood Stock and Easy Rider movie. To this date, I cannot forget the experience of nicest people I have ever ran into all my heavily traveling career (over 100,000 miles in overseas every year). There were nice couple at the visitor center, both Mormon. A man named Mark (same as mine :) was very nice to show me and explained about how original Mormon expedition came through this area and it was hardest trail least spoken about it in our history. I want to thank couple who were very nice to a completely out of place stranger like me. I want to urge everyone to go to Bluff and meet these two wonderfully dedicated people and learn about piece of our history. More importantly, we should all appreciate wonderful country that was pioneered by our forefathers who overcame impossible challenges. Belated thanks to people like Mark (don't know his last name) and his wife which makes this country great. Mark Lee
  • Having a museum to show my kids where our people came from is priceless. My seven year old daughter loved all the covered wagons she could climb up into and the wooden horses she could ride on. The history is interesting. It is worth stopping by after you have had a meal at Twin Rocks Cafe.
  • Very lovely place w lovely volunteers. Dont skip this place, go see w your family and watch the video about hole in the rock pioneers
  • Nicest people who work here! Worth a stop 100% Nice clean bathrooms...great gift shop..well put together museum
  • Very nice place if you want to learn something about the Mormon pioneers who came from Western Utah into Navajo country. The hole in the rock trail is named after the route they took to get to Bluff. Amazing story. The people in the visitor centre are very eager to tell you all about it. One of them (Lee) is even speaking Navajo.