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The Fort Bridger State Historical Park can be found in the east of Evanston. It is elevated at 6,675 feet which makes it capable of offering amazing views right to the south for every visitor to get to see the Uinta Mountains.

A lot of buildings right from the original fort was restored while the visitors center can also be found on the site. It is also where you can find an archaeological exhibit specifically at the base of the wall made out of cobblestone. It was created by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez way back in 1843. The signs in this located are set in Braille. It also houses various artifacts from various historical periods. It also has gift shops that you can explore.
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