- Rutherford, New South Wales, a suburb of Maitland
- Mount Rutherford, Jasper National Park
- Rutherford House, in Edmonton, Alberta
- Rutherford Library, University of Alberta
- United Kingdom
- Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxfordshire, UK
- United States
- Rutherford, California, in Napa County
- Rutherford AVA, California wine region in Napa Valley
- Rutherford, New Jersey
- Rutherford, Pennsylvania
- Rutherford, Fairfax County, Virginia
- Rutherford County, North Carolina
- Rutherford County, Tennessee
- Rutherford High School (Florida)
- Rutherford High School (New Jersey)
- Rutherford Institute, a public interest law firm and resource center in Charlottesville, Virginia
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