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Mount Auburn Cemetery was founded in 1831 as America's first landscaped cemetery. A National Historic Landmark, its renowned landscape inspired the creation of the nation's public parks. Mount Auburn was designated an Important Bird Area by the...more
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A bit unusual for a first date spot but it had us both relaxed and a year later we revisited during a break from wedding planning. Self guided tours or group tours are available but just a meandering walk on a nice day make this...More
On a driving tour of the area and drove through this beautiful cemetery. Very shady and full of birds and squirrels. Lovely examples of the dying art of memorial stones. Would be even more beautiful when the leaves are in full autumn color.
I only had about an hour to walk around the cemetery. It's a beautiful place, rolling hills, wandering paths. It's nice that the graves are not laid out in straight lines. There is so much to explore. MAKE SURE YOU TAKE A MAP. it would...More
The history is rich and the statuary amazing. You could spend hours roaming around in here on the nature-named paths. Construction occurring at the tower but it is good to see the high level of maintenance and care taken here.
Beautiful place, one of the original garden cemeteries in the world. Many of the individual monuments are also worth seeing. ... and then there's the view from the tower. My favorite season is the autumn, with the cool dry air and the rustling leaves underfoot....More
We went there not by accident but almost after a disappointing visit of Harvard University. At the visitor center at the entrance of the cemetery we were welcome by a lady who was suprisingly speaking french. She gave us nice indications of what to see....More