Landmarks, introduced in Empires, are landscape effects that give additional means to score (or lose) other than through the normal use of cards or Events. Some provide means of accumulating Victory tokens during the game, while others add rules affecting how scores are calculated at the game's end.
Landmarks are not Kingdom cards; including one or more Landmarks in a game does not count toward the 10 Kingdom card piles the supply includes. In fact, Landmarks are not considered "cards" at all; any text referring to a "card" (such as instructions to "name a card") does not apply to Landmarks. However, for reference, the Landmark effects are printed on cards in a landscape orientation with dark green frames.
There are 21 Landmarks, any number of which may be used in a game of Dominion, though Donald X recommends not using more than two total Landmarks, Events, Projects, Ways and Traits. When choosing a random Kingdom, the Landmarks may be shuffled into the randomizer deck; any Landmarks that are dealt once 10 Kingdom cards have also been dealt will be included in the game.
 Official Rules
- Landmarks provide new ways for players to score. Like Events, they are not Kingdom Cards.
- Players may choose how to determine what Landmarks to play with. They may shuffle them with Events and deal out 2 cards from that pile every game; they may shuffle them into the Randomizer deck and use 0-2 depending on how many come up before finding 10 Kingdom Cards; or they may use any method they like.
- Whatever method is used, Landmarks in use are visible to all from the start of the game.
- We recommend using no more than two per game.
- Many Landmarks only apply when scoring at the end of the game.
- In addition to counting up their regular points, players add some bonus based on the Landmark.
- A few are penalties instead - players subtract points from their score.
- Some Landmarks start with 6 tokens on them per player in the game. So, 12 in a 2-player game, up to 36 in a 6-player game. These Landmarks then provide a way for players to get the tokens from the Landmark.
- When the tokens on the Landmark run out, players cannot earn further points in that way.
 List of Landmarks
 In other languages
- Dutch: Bezienswaardigheden
- Finnish: Maamerkki
- German: Landmarke
- Japanese: ランドマーク (pron. randomāku)
- Polish: Krajobraz
- Russian: Веха (pron. vyekha)
Plateau Shepherds, an Ally from the Allies expansion, is not a Landmark but has been described by Donald X. as "the Landmark Ally", since it has a similar function as a landscape that provides an alternative way of scoring .
Landmarks are landscape-style like Events. You can shuffle them into the randomizer deck, and flip over cards until you have ten kingdom cards, using Events and Landmarks if they show up; if using this method I recommend having a max of two total Landmarks/Events. Or, you can shuffle Landmarks and Events into a separate randomizer deck and just always play with one or two of them. Or whatever else you think of; we like to leave that up to you.Landmarks change the scoring for the game. Some just change it at the end; some use tokens to score during the game. You don't buy Landmarks like you do Events; they just sit there, telling you how you could be making points, if only.
 Secret History
 Should Landmarks be tied to VP?
 Naming Landmarks