Built by a group of Mormon missionaries in 1855 and then left to become part of the Las Vegas Ranch, this is Vegas's pioneer settlement site, the oldest Euro-American structure in the state and an example of what Vegas was like before the railroad arrived. Though only remnants of the original structure remain, restoration and reconstruction have brought the compound back to life, and guides are on hand to answer any questions you may have.
|Venue name:||Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort Historic Park||Contact:|
500 E Washington Avenue
|Cross street:||at Las Vegas Boulevard North|
|Opening hours:||8am–4.30pm Mon–Sat|
|Transport:||Bus 113, 208|
|Price:||Admission $3; $2 reductions; free under-6s|