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Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort, Las Vegas
(3.8/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • 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 »
  • We had a little time left before returning a rental car in. We decided to stop by a local Landmark. There was nobody there we were the only ones. There were some interesting artifacts. The curator was...  more »
  • Right on the Strip (North). The first European settlers to move here after being known for centuries (?) by the native people. Nevada State has done a fine job developing this site on the original fou...  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,