Places to Visit in Historic Kirtland

    Historic Buildings

    Kirtland Ashery

    Gain insight into this unique industry and the importance of the Kirtland Ashery in providing the financial means to build the temple and other Church buildings.

    7800 Kirtland-Chardon Road
    Kirtland, Ohio 44094

    Johnson Inn

    Gain a wealth of information about the Kirtland area by visiting the Johnson Inn Resource Center. The Johnson Inn was reconstructed on its original site, and its exhibits serve as a reminder of the rich heritage of Kirtland.

    7800 Kirtland-Chardon Road
    Kirtland, Ohio 44094

    Newel K. Whitney Store

    Visit the Newel K. Whitney general store, restored to its 1830 condition. Joseph Smith lived here for a time and established the School of the Prophets in one of the upper rooms.

    7800 Kirtland-Chardon Road
    Kirtland, Ohio 44094

    Newel K. and Elizabeth Ann Whitney Home

    Discover the hospitality and charm of Kirtland while visiting the historic Whitney home.

    7800 Kirtland-Chardon Road
    Kirtland, Ohio 44094

    Kirtland Sawmill

    Nestled within the beauty of historic Kirtland, the reconstructed Kirtland Sawmill demonstrates how timber was cut in the 1830s. This mill cut much of the timber for the woodwork in the Kirtland Temple.

    7800 Kirtland-Chardon Road
    Kirtland, Ohio 44094

    Kirtland Schoolhouse

    Visit the Kirtland Schoolhouse and learn about the simple nature of education in the early 1800s, as well as the early worship meetings of the Latter-day Saints held here. The schoolhouse is a replica of the original built on this spot in 1819.

    7800 Kirtland-Chardon Road
    Kirtland, Ohio 44094

    Kirtland Temple Stone Quarry

    Early members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints obtained stone for the Kirtland Temple from the Stannard Quarry. Marks from their work are still visible today.

    9938 Chillicothe Road
    Kirtland, Ohio 44094

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