Come visit Historic Kirtland, a small settlement in northern Ohio, where members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints gathered shortly after the Church was founded. Between 1831 and 1838 Joseph Smith and early members of the Church established
Church headquarters in Kirtland, built a temple, and laid a foundation of strength for the future.
Kirtland has many places to visit while you are there. The visitor center, Mecantile, museum, videos, and gardens are
free. There is a $2 preservation fee for The Kirtland temple tour. Other sites of interest include the North Kirtland temple
cemetary, where many Saints of the 1830s are buried. Also, the Newell K. Whitney store, The Quarry, John Johnson Farm, John
Johnson Inn, Isaac Morley Farm, Newell K. and Elizabeth Ann Whitney home, ashery, sawmill, and schoolhouse are points of interest.
For groups of 15 or more, reservations are required for the temple. Visit http://kirtlandtemple.org and the church's website http://www.lds.org/placestovisit/location/0,10634,3986-1-1-1,00.html