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, Assembly Hall, Lion House, Beehive house, the Family History Library, the Museum of Church History and Art, the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, the Church Office Building, the Church Administration Building, the Relief Society Building, two visitors' centers, and gardens. 
- 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