Black Las Vegas Landmarks

Walker African History Museum

Walker African American History Museum & Research Center

The Walker Museum and Research center is currently the only African American Museum in Nevada.  Learn More

Legacy Park

The Historic Westside Legacy Park pays tribute to the many of the African American trailblazers that served as leaders in the Las Vegas community through the years.

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Harrison House

Harrison House in Las Vegas. Historic African American Landmark in Nevada

The Historic Harrison Guest House was built in1942 and is the place that black entertainers, businessmen, and couples seeking a divorce were allowed to stay in Las Vegas during the era of segregation.

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Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge is the first desegregated hotel and casino in the United States. It opened on May 24, 1955 in Las Vegas.  Learn More


Historic African American church in Las Vegas. Zion United Methodist Church Oldest Black Church in Las Vegas

The Zion United Methodist Church is the oldest black church in Nevada. It was founded in 1917 with only 14 members. And, up until 1945 is had the only African American congregation in Las Vegas.  Learn More

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African American Historic Landmarks in Las Vegas