Wagon, Carriage & Oxen Rides
Location: northeast & Northwest of the Visitors' Center
Wagons and carriages were a common form of transportation in early America. Most of the Latter-day Saints leaving Nauvoo in 1846 walked alongside their heavily-laden wagons. At the Nauvoo Historic Sites, visitors can take a short ride in each conveyance while learning more about the people and places associated with the area.
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