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Dating back to the 1800s, his graveyard is an interesting, peaceful spot of interest to visiting genealogists, history buffs and the simply curious. Graves of Native Americans lie alongside former valley residents and even a few casual visitors.
West of the Yosemite Museum, Yosemite National Park, CA 95389
With all of the majestic sites you see while looking to the heavens, it's easy to miss this historic site at your feet. About a block west of the Visitor's Center, this is a good place to take a quiet break from the crowds. I...More
Had been to Yosemite for years before spotting the cemetery. It's across a side street next to the museum. Reading the headstones gives you an idea of the early settlers. Take a few minutes to walk through and think of these folks lives and times.
My girlfriend loves to explore old cemeteries and read the various markers so she got a smile when we found this one. It is lightly populated but has a number of very old markers. Many are difficult to read due to age and deterioration but...More
The cemetery is across the street from the museum. It's not anything spectacular, but it is interesting to walk through the grounds and read the names of those that were involved in the discovery and protection of the Yosemite. Be sure to stop by and...More
As we only had an afternoon in Yosemite, we drove to Yosemite Village and walked around the shops and a few of the shorter trails. Off of the walking path is Yosemite Cemetery which was a neat place to stop without going too far.