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Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort, Las Vegas
(3.8/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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  • We went to the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort. Its an interesting place to learn about Las Vegas history and the role the Mormon's played in establishing the city. The Salt Lake Missionaries needed a place...  more »
  • There is a lot of history in Las Vegas which goes unnoticed with all the glitz of the strip. But this is just off the strip and has a lot of history dating back to the civil war and the building of Ho...  more »
  • Las Vegas has a colorful history and we had a fun time discovering Vegas through the eyes of those that first arrived here. Now a State Park preserves the history and the park is open to the public an...  more »
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  • Its a nice historic park that has a nice video of some of the early founders of Las Vegas. Only costs a dollar so great price! There isn't much to see though and the outside exhibits could use more signs. They are just about to open a house that has some of the original wall of the fort so I'm sure I'll go back and update my review.
  • Historic preservation of old west
  • This truly is a hidden gem in Las Vegas. Many people - especially tourists - don't know about it. There is so much to learn here about the history of Las Vegas. If you love learning, I highly recommend visiting the Mormon Fort. Even if you aren't a history buff, just seeing the artifacts, the museum, and the fort itself is worth the trip. For $1/person, how can you go wrong? I must say, it's probably the best $2 I've spent in a long time for my son and me.
  • The Followers of the Apocalypse are really helping the people of New Vegas through this ancient fort. Surprised it still stood after the Great War. (Fallout: New Vegas reference)
  • I took my 3 kids, and we absolutely loved it, we found out from family later, that we are related to Rose Warren, so that was awesome we read about the settlers, did a tour and loved every second thank you,