Sites Registry

Search or submit to our comprehensive registry of significant historical Mormon sites.

The Sites Registry is a resource provided by the Ensign Peak Foundation to identify and present information about sites related to the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Our vision is to create a comprehensive resource of historic sites located throughout the world with historical information, personal accounts, multimedia, and visitor information. We add additional sites as circumstances allow. If you don’t find what you are looking for, check back or submit to us the site you are searching for.     

Featured Sites

HENRY GROW HOME, PENN VALLEY, PA

Situated in a beautiful setting in community of Penn Valley, PA is the ancestral home of Henry Grow Jr.

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GRAND FALLS, LITTLE COLORADO RIVER

One of the lesser known stories of faith in LDS history is that called the “Honeymoon Trail.”

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SUGAR CREEK, LEE COUNTY, IOWA

Located about eight miles west of Nauvoo, Illinois, Sugar Creek in Lee County, Iowa is a site on the Iowa Mormon Trail.

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FORT OSAGE, JACKSON COUNTY, MO

Fort Osage, Jackson County, Missouri was first built overlooking the Missouri River in 1808.

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AYRES NATURAL BRIDGE, WYOMING

Just off the Mormon Pioneer and Oregon Trails in eastern Wyoming is a unique geographical feature known as Ayers Natural Bridge.

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SPRING CITY, UTAH

A unique experience for those interested in historical sites is a visit to Spring City, Utah. Located in the northern half of Sanpete County…

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