Ordered nanoporous materials have attracted much attention due to their unique pore architecture, tunable physicochemical properties, which find applications in a broad spectrum of catalysis, separation, adsorption, drug delivery, energy storage, and sensing. In the past decades, the amount of research on ordered nanoporous materials has grown incrementally, resulting in diverse types of these materials with unprecedented structures. Herein, this chapter presents the recent advances of ordered nanoporous materials, including zeolites, ordered mesoporous materials (OMMs), metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), and covalent organic frameworks (COFs). Several vital aspects, i.e., structural and physicochemical properties, synthesis, and applications, are comprehensively discussed. Finally, challenges and prospects for future improvement are also elaborated.