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What a beautiful place. Seriously. The landscape is just wonderful to the eyes. The trees are big and sturdy. The lawn is well taken care of. The reason we went here was to see Lucy’s grave. Everything is well marked with hearts so it’s easy...More
Pay your respects at the final resting place of Lucille Ball and her family. You will see the famous I Love Lucy heart on the stone and also on the path leading to her grave. It is worth a visit if you are visiting Jamestown...More
We got curious after we noticed this large cemetary and discovered Lucille Ball is here. Perfect since we were on a road trip and visiting the museum as well. This was such a nice little stop. We parked and walked around for a bit. Well...More
The easiest way to find the Ball family grave site, holding the ashes of Lucille Ball, is by entering the Cemetery gate on the corner of Buffalo Street and Lake View and follow the red hearts on the pavement. Walk or drive through this peaceful...More
I was surprised to see such a large and well-maintained cemetery given its age and location. To visit Lucille Ball's burial site, it is easy-- enter at the corner where the main house is located and follow the red hearts painted on the road.
We were doing all things Lucy for a day in town and had to check out the cemetery where her ashes were placed.
We parked at the top of the hill next to the office. Immediately saw the red hearts with the script L marking...More
The grave location is marked by red hearts in the road. <3 Just followed the hearts and then, there it was. The memorial marker is very nice. There is a huge area for her family......some graves dating back to the 1800's. It was interesting.