A picture of a plaque designating Mesa Verde National Park as a World Heritage Site.
Have your picture taken next to the plaque designating a World Heritage Site within the United States and we'll send you a free brochure.

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There are 22 World Heritage Sites in the United States. Each one is unique in its own right, but has been recognized as having outstanding universal value by meeting stringent natural or cultural criteria or both by the World Heritage Committee representing the 191 countries that participate in the World Heritage Convention.

Find your United States World Heritage Sites.

Take a picture of yourself in at least one World Heritage Site in the United States or next to the plaque designating each park as a World Heritage Site and we'll send you a free World Heritage Passport Book.

Send us your photos along with your name and address and we'll post the best images on our Facebook site. 

There are also four additional World Heritage Sites that can be visited to receive a World Heritage Passport Book. These are: Cahokia Mounds; Monticello and the University of Virginia; Papahanaumokuakea; and Taos Pueblo.

Note: Taos Pueblo is a Native American community and special permission should be obtained before visiting this site.

Last updated: April 14, 2015