Mormon Historic Sites
- The Mormon Battalion Center at San Diego in San Diego, California.
- Carthage Jail in Illinois where Joseph Smith and Hyrum Smith were martyred.
- Historic Nauvoo — the "city beautiful" built by the Latter-day Saints after they were driven from Missouri and before they migrated to Utah. 
New York Historic Sites
- Grandin Building — where the Book of Mormon was published.
- Hill Cumorah — where Joseph Smith met annually with the angel Moroni before being allowed to obtain the gold plates.
- Sacred Grove Historic Site — which includes the Joseph Smith Family Farm where Joseph Smith lived when he received his First Vision.
- Whitmer Farm: Church Organization Site — Where the Church of Jesus Christ was first organized.
Ohio Historic Sites
- Kirtland, Ohio, the first gathering place of the Latter-day Saints, and where they built their first temple.
- Johnson Home — in Hiram, Ohio, where Joseph and Emma Smith lived for one year and where he received 16 revelations.
Missouri Historic Sites
- Adam-ondi-Ahman — located in Daviess County, 70 miles northeast of Independence, Missouri. This is where Adam and Eve first dwelt when they left the Garden of Eden. Three years before his death, Adam called his posterity together, blessed them, and the Lord appeared unto them. It is also "the place where Adam shall come to visit his people, or the Ancient of Days shall sit, as spoken of by Daniel the prophet.”
- Liberty Jail Historic Site where Joseph Smith and others were imprisoned.
- Far West Temple Site
- Hawn's Mill Site
- Independence, Missouri, Visitors' Center
Pennsylvania Historic Sites
- Priesthood Restoration Site in Oakland Township, Pennsylvania — where most of the Book of Mormon was translated; John the Baptist appeared to Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery in a nearby forest and restored the Aaronic Priesthood to the earth; Joseph and Oliver baptized each other in the Susquehanna River.
Utah Historic Sites
- Cove Fort Historic Site in Utah.
- St. George Historic Sites, including Brigham Young Winter Home, St. George Tabernacle, and the Hamblin Home.
- Temple Square — (currently under renovation) home of the Salt Lake Temple, Church History Museum, Church History Library, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Assembly Hall, Lion House, Beehive house, the Family History Library, the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, the Church Office Building, the Church Administration Building, the Relief Society Building, the Conference Center, and gardens. 
Vermont Historic Sites
- Joseph Smith's Birthplace in S. Royalton, Vermont.
- Martin's Cove: Mormon Trail Site in Wyoming.
- Rock Creek Hollow Mormon Trail Site
- Sixth Crossing: Mormon Trail Site
- Gadfield Elm Chapel in England.