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List of historic sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds a number of sites as historically significant. This list is intended as a quick reference for these sites. The sites may or may not be owned by the church.

In addition, independent historic registries have recognized a number of current or formerly church-associated properties, such as the L.D.S. Ward Building in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Northeast

Palmyra

Hill Cumorah Visitors' Center
Book of Mormon Historic Publication Site
Smith Family Farm
Sacred Grove

Kirtland

Kirtland Temple
Historic Kirtland Village
Includes:
  • Newel K. Whitney Store
  • Newel K. Whitney Home
Whitney Store
Whitney Home

Other Northeast

John Johnson Farm
Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial
Peter Whitmer log home
Priesthood Restoration Site
Susquehanna River
Washington D.C. Temple Visitors' Center
Washington D.C. Temple

Midwest

Nauvoo

Nauvoo Temple / Nauvoo Illinois Temple and Visitors' Center
Red Brick Store

Missouri

Adam-ondi-Ahman
Far West Temple Site
Haun's Mill
Independence Visitors' Center
Liberty Jail
Independence (Zion) Temple Lot

Other Midwest

Carthage Jail
Mount Pisgah, Iowa
Kanesville Tabernacle (Council Bluffs, Iowa)
Winter Quarters, Nebraska
Mormon Trail Center (Omaha, Nebraska)

West

Salt Lake City

Brigham Young Complex
Includes:
The Brigham Young Complex
Beehive House
Lion House
Church Administration Building
Church History Library
Church History Museum
Church Office Building
Conference Center
includes:
Conference Center
Conference Center Organ
Family History Library
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
Mormon Pioneer Memorial Monument/Young Family Cemetery
Temple Square
Includes:
Salt Lake Temple
Assembly Hall
Tabernacle
Tabernacle Organ
Relief Society Building

Other West

Chesterfield, Idaho
Cove Fort
Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial
Laie Hawaii Temple Visitors' Center
Martin's Cove
Pipe Spring National Monument
Polynesian Cultural Center
St. George Temple Visitors' Center
St. George Utah Temple

Non-U.S.

Jerusalem Center
Gadfield Elm Chapel
Mexico City Temple Visitors' Center
México City México Temple
New Zealand Temple Visitors' Center
Hamilton New Zealand Temple

See also

References

  • "Historic Sites", churchofjesuschrist.org, Locations and Schedules, LDS Church
  • "Mormon Historic Sites Registry", MormonHistoricSites.org, Mormon Historic Sites Foundation
  • Jackson, Richard H. (1992), "Historical Sites", in Ludlow, Daniel H (ed.), Encyclopedia of Mormonism, New York: Macmillan Publishing, pp. 592–595, ISBN 0-02-879602-0, OCLC 24502140
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