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Mormon Historic Sites
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints owns and maintains a number of historic sites that are fun and educational to visit. Many are described in articles on this wiki.
- Historic Nauvoo — the "city beautiful" built by the Latter-day Saints after they were driven from Missouri and before they migrated to Utah. 
- Whitmer Farm — Where the Mormon Church was first organized.
- Palmyra, New York and the Smith Family Farm, where Joseph Smith lived when he received his First Vision.
- Sacred Grove — where Joseph Smith prayed to know which church he should join.
- Temple Square — home of the Salt Lake City Mormon Temple, Museum of Church History and Art, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Lion House, the Family History Library, and other sites. 
- Gadfield Elm Chapel in England.
- Kirtland, Ohio, the first gathering place of the Latter-day Saints, and where they built their first temple.
- The Mormon Battalion Historic Site in San Diego, California.
- The pageants put on by church members.
- Carthage Jail in Illinois where Joseph Smith and Hyrum Smith were martyred.
- Cove Fort Historic Site in Utah.
- Independence, Missouri, Visitors' Center
- Joseph Smith's Birthplace in S. Royalton, Vermont.
- Liberty Jail Historic Site where Joseph Smith and others were imprisoned.
- Mormon Handcart Historic Site in Wyoming.
- Park City, Utah, Family Tree Center