Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park Tourist Scenery

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Posted in Las Vegas on Jan 13, 2017

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park Tourist Scenery

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park Tourist Scenery

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park Landscape photos

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park Landscape photos

Walked into the old Mormon Fort State Historic Park.
Vegas old Mormon Fort State Historic Park is a national park, located in the U.S. state of Nevada, in the old Mormon fort. The structure of the old brick house was the first permanent settlement in the valley of Las Vegas non local residence of people. In 1855, a group of Mormon missionaries built a brick buildings in the Las Vegas river. A few years later, the house was abandoned, but the remains of the original house has been preserved as a visitor center for displaying and providing historical information. During the summer will launch a variety of programs, is the ideal choice for families to spend time together. Vegas old Mormon Fort State Historic Park is located in the city’s only national park, the first landmark building in the city. The historic citadel, which has been left behind, is hardly noticeable, but it is a sign that Las Vegas was originally built. A small courtyard is surrounded by brick once along the Mormon trail (Mormon Trail) walking travelers provides a refuge. Some of the original walls have yet to collapse, and visitors to the centre are showing some of the early works of art and photos. A replica of Las Vegas ranch originally planted crops outside of these crops after being abandoned also insisted the Mormons survived ten years. Today it is dusty, perhaps only to historians is full of attraction.
Arrival and departure: take the 113 road to the Las Vegas @ Washington (S) station.
Type: park attractions
Tickets: adult tickets $3 $2 tickets for children
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 8am-4:30pm
Address: 500 East Washington Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Tel: 7024863511
Official website: http://parks.nv.gov/olvmf.htm

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