The Pioneer Saloon built in 1913, by prominent business man George Fayle, will charm and envelope you with its intriguing
past. As you cross the threshold from the present to the past, leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip
you will quickly come to appreciate this historical landmark.
The interior and exterior walls are of stamped tin and manufactured by Sears and Roebuck. It is thought to be one of the
last, if not the last of its kind in the United States.
The legendary bar installed in 1913 was manufactured by the Brunswick Company in Maine in the 1860's. As you belly up to
wet your whistle you will rest your foot on the original brass foot rail installed when the bar was built.
At one time the saloon was next to a hotel that not only served as a comfortable rest place for the many prospectors and
miners in the west... it also served as a place where street girls would frequent with their clients. The hotel is gone now
after a severe fire left only ashes to remember.
The many tales from the bar along with bullet holes, the pot bellied stove and the paper clippings are just a few of the
things that will keep you immersed in the exciting era of the old Wild West.
Courtesy of webite: http://www.pioneersaloon.info/history/history.htm