1. Pyramid (Kinepol Ni Nabaloi) (Kabayan)
- The resting burial tomb of Henry A. Kamora, the Grand Old man of Kabayan, constructed around 300 years ago at the municipal compound, Chogong, Poblacion, Kabayan.
2. Mummy Apo Anno (the Mighty Hunter of Benguet) (Buguias)
- The famed 12th -century mighty hunter of Benguet orally told and foretold as a demigod in Benguet tales whose remains have been mummified has been peacefully laid to rest in his original burial rock, located at Nabalicong, Natubleng, Buguias. Benguet leaders have persistently searched for his remains for over 80 years. Upon his recovery, Apo Anno was given a hero's welcome.
3. Cayoco Ibaloi Village (NCCA –Recognized) (Itogon)
- Composed of three vernacular houses sharing a common front yard, all belong to the Cadiosao clan that traces its ascendary from spouses Cadiosao and Jagona, both from different tribes, the Ibaloi and Iowak, located at Tinongdan, Itogon.
4. Timbac Caves (Kabayan)
- Another mummy abode which can be reached by hiking from a jump-off point along kilometer 52 of the Halsema Highway.
5. Opdas Cave (Kabayan)
- Located about 300 meters from the municipal building is a spot that cannot be missed. Considered as one of the biggest burial cave in the municipality, it has 200 skulls and bones neatly piled on ledges reminiscent of the catacombs of Rome.
6. Tinongchol Burial Rock (Kabayan)
- This burial rock almost as big as a regular three-storey building houses centuries old mummies. This came about through the labor of people during the olden times that bore holes on the solid boulders where they interred their dead.
7. Capitol Museum (La Trinidad)
- A repository of artifacts and Benguet culture. It provides visitors an insight of the kinds of tools and materials the Benguet natives use in their social and economic life. On display are the instruments used in the performance of a canao or kedot such as the solibaw, kimbal, pinsak, kalsa and the palas or tiktik.
8. Binga Heritage Site (Itogon)
- It is an indigenous community in Barangay Tinongdan in Itogon, Benguet which was declared a heritage site by virtue of a multi-party agreement signed on March 15, 2010. The agreement formalized the use and administration of certain facilities by the Binga Indigenous community in areas which used to form part of the hydro power complex managed by the National Power Corporation for 60 years. The agreement concretized the Memorandum of Agreement which aimed to establish an Indigenous Peoples’ Cultural Site in Binga, Tinongdan, Itogon and Ambuklao in Bokod.
9. Ambuklao Heritage Site (Bokod)
- The site consists of schools, sports facilities, chapel, a municipal building and other structures within Sitio Sombrero in Ambuklao, Bokod, which is now under the administration of the community stakeholders as a result of the multi-party implementing agreement signed on May 13, 2011. The area used to form part of the Hydro power complex then managed by the National Power Corporation.