The Fremont Institute and botanical Gardens
This was an agricultural research Center and botanical garden that was built in the city of new Vegas in 3333. It was built on the former site of Fremont Street which was the center of old Las Vegas in the 1950s and 60s. The street was tragically destroyed along with the rest of Las Vegas in 2099 as a result of a nuclear incident. This research Institute is the most successful prestigious Institute in the state of new Nevada in the country of California. This research Institute studies drought resistant plants develops new organisms to digest plastic and oil. The botanical gardens located in this Institute are extremely popular and are the number one tourist attraction in new Vegas second only to the Las Vegas Museum which attempts to document the history of the former city known as Las Vegas.