This is a list of National Historic Sites of Canada (French: Lieux historiques nationaux du Canada) in the territory of Northwest Territories. There are 12 National Historic Sites designated in Northwest Territories, of which one (Sahoyúé-§ehdacho) is administered by Parks Canada. 
This list uses the designation names as recognized by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, not necessarily the official or colloquial names of the sites.
National Historic Sites
- Church of Our Lady of Good Hope – Early northern Oblate mission church, outstanding interior decoration, 1865–85
- Déline Fishery / Franklin's Fort – Wintering quarters of Sir John Franklin and his second expedition
- Ehdaa – Traditional gathering site for the Dene
- Fort McPherson – Hudson's Bay Company post, 1840
- Fort Reliance – Oldest continuously operating Hudson's Bay Company post, 1833
- Fort Resolution – Main post on Great Slave Lake, 1821; North West Company
- Fort Simpson – North West Company (1804) and Hudson's Bay Company (1822) posts
- Hay River Mission Sites – Mission buildings, significant to Dene community
- Kittigazuit Archaeological Sites – Beluga hunting, Kittegaryumiut and Mackenzie Delta
- Nagwichoonjik (Mackenzie River) – Flows through Gwichya Gwich'in traditional homeland and continues to be culturally, socially and spiritually significant
- Parry's Rock Wintering Site – Wintering site of William Edward Parry's expedition of the Northwest Passage, 1819
- Sahoyúé-§ehdacho – Expression of cultural values through the interrelationship between landscape, oral histories, graves and cultural resources. At 5,565 km2, it's about the size of Prince Edward Island, and by far the largest National Historic Site in the country. Within the national park system, the site is even larger than 28 national parks and national park reserves.