Not sure if this is possible or not in Adobe Lightroom. I would like to see the focus points chosen by my Canon DSLR. I am guessing this is stored somewhere in the EXIF, but I'm not certain. I find myself looking at pictures that are a few years old, and wondering what points I was hitting.
I've published a plugin recently which does what you are looking for:
It currently works in Lightroom 5, currently for all Canon + Nikon DSLR, additional cameras will be added in the future. Works on Mac and Windows. Hope it helps.
In short, no, Lightroom doesn't display the active focus point(s). The only software I've used that that does is Canon's Digital Photo Professional, although apparently Aperture also does.
It seems there's a plugin under development to do just this but so far it's been developed for Mac + Nikon only.
Also, from the Adobe forums:
The focus points are in the metadata, and can be made available in Lightroom via ExifMeta. You will have to learn where AF-point "C6" lies on your photos, by comparing metadata with focus point display using your camera software, until you make a cheat sheet or memorize it.
Today I stumbled upon a newly developed method to see focus points in Lightroom - http://reddit.com/r/photography/comments/5lmsze/i_made_a_plugin_for_lightroom_to_show_which_focus/
It's open source and available on GitHub to add your own camera model as needed - https://github.com/musselwhizzle/Focus-Points
Update to the same post - http://reddit.com/r/photography/comments/61go7c/update_i_made_a_plugin_for_lightroom_to_show/