During the summer, all historic sites are open from 9:00 a.m until 6:00 p.m, except on Sunday, when they open at 10:30 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m.
Visitors can explore and take tours of more than 40 historic Nauvoo sites from the 1840 period. Your whole family will learn about how the early members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints established Nauvoo.
Nauvoo has an entire town of Restored homes, shops and public buildings – along with monuments, gardens, cemeteries and visitors’ centers – Demonstrations in many of the sites make for interactive fun for children.
Some Nauvoo Tour Attractions
- Joseph Smith, Prophet of the Restoration (68 minute film)
- Carthage Jail and Visitors Center
- Joseph Smith Historic Home & Site
Nauvoo Homes & Public Buildings
- Nauvoo Cultural Hall
- Seventies Hall
- Wilford Woodruff Home
- Sarah Granger Kimball Home
- Pendleton Home and School
- Lucy Mack Smith Home
- John Taylor Home
- Heber C. Kimball Home
- Brigham Young Home
Nauvoo Monuments & Public Spaces
- Trail of Hope
- Smith Family Cemetery
- Nauvoo Temple Quarry Overlook
- Pioneer Memorial and Exodus to Greatness
- Old Nauvoo Burial Grounds
- Monument to Women
- Joseph and Hyrum Smith Memorial
- Nauvoo Groves
SHOPS & DEMONSTRATIONS
- Webb Brothers' Blacksmith Shop
- Stoddard Tin Shop
- Scovil Bakery
- Riser Boot Shop
- Print Shop
- Nauvoo Post Office and Mercantile
- Lyon Drug and Variety Store
- Browning Home and Gunsmith Shop
- Nauvoo Brickyard
- Family Living Center
RESEARCH & RESOURCES
- Nauvoo Family History Center
- Nauvoo Land and Records Office
The Nauvoo Pageant celebrates the
legacy of the early Latter-Day Saints.
A wonderful stage performance narrated by Parley P. Pratt, the pageant walks the audience throughout the footsteps and times of the prophetic mission of Joseph Smith and honors the sacrifice, faith and courage of those Saints who gave their all to build Nauvoo and a temple to their God.
Enjoy the performance of authentic hymns and folksongs, lively music and dances, and tender moments that touch the joy these early Saints found in living Christ's gospel. Through words taken from journals, sermons and historic records of the period, the Nauvoo Pageant invites all to feel the powerful testimonies of these early faithful Saints.