Travel10 Stunning Cemeteries To Die For

10 Stunning Cemeteries To Die For

We remember what you were thinking: cemeteries often don’t have a place where you want to go. (sorry for the joke.) They can be scary, bland, or even run-down. There are a few cemeteries around the world that have been hauntingly beautiful with drop-dead beautiful views and museum-worthy art. From Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah to the seaside Waverley Cemetery in Australia, These are the 10 most interesting cemeteries in the world.  

1. Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah

This elegant Southern town is called one of its most spooky in the state, it’s just a good idea that it would have a cemetery suitable for a tour. Savannah is located Only four kilometers from the city center, Bonaventure Cemetery has long been a stunning location with its moss-covered wood trails, it was created more and more famous by the strike reserve “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” It is convenient to spend hours roaming around in the peaceful setting, sat on the stoola view of the Wilmington River. And for aficionados, There’s plenty of other big names to check out for the song Johnny Mercer, along with remarkable Civil War leaders.  

Nearby Hotel Pickup: Amethyst Inn at Sarah’s Garden

2. Vintage Granary Building Ground, Boston

A walk through all this 17th century night is like walking through A history book on the first night. We do not like the oversized, here are the most remarkable people of americaincl Paul Revere, John Hancock, Ben Franklin’s parents were, Mary Goose, Nathan Webb, and Samuel Adams — are hidden in some 2,345 tombs. Began in 1660, This cemetery is actually the second oldest in Boston, with King’s Chapel Burying Ground and Copp’s Hill Burying Ground attempting to take the first and second places respectively.

Nearby Hotel Picknick: Nine Zero Hotel

3. Glen Cemetery; Bronx, NY

With 400 acres of hills, Brilliant plants, and twisting trails, it feels more like a garden to those who have visited this cemetery. For over 150 years, the historic site has continuously created a collection of over 11,000 pieces of art, 300 shrines planned by legends and artists, and is the resting place for over 300,000 people. Standouts like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Miles Davis, Joseph Pulitzer, and Duke Ellington, everything stop now. It is also upstairs of the building “Annie Bliss Titanic Memorial” all those who died in the disaster of 1912 are committed.

4. Saint Louis Cemetery, New Orleans

This cemetery is so opulent that it even motivated Mark Twain to write about it, you’re looking for it “a city of the dead.” It is the oldest in the Big Easy and includes more than 40 above-ground burial sites, finished with complex statues and opulent shrines. The location became more famous after it emerged in The 1969 Jack Nicholson movie “Easy Rider” creating it a must-see location for past and video enthusiasts.

Nearby Hotel Pick up: Maison Dupuy

5. Installing Auburn Cemetery; Cambridge, MA

Situated just four miles southwest of Boston, is the first village cemetery in the United States, built in 1831. Today a National Historic Landmark, it was created as an “experimental garden” you know it has to be pretty impressive. It’s upstairs to the Binney Monument from 1850, which is debated to be the artist’s greatest work. If that’s not enough to attract you in the first place, the simple comfort of roaming through the grass, greenery and gorgeous ponds obviously should.

6. Texas Cemetery, Atlanta

Just in the dark of the big city lights rests someone else village greenery cemetery, This one inbuilt 1850 as an alternative to the mainly packed and visibly unattractive cemeteries of every day. It had been increased to dump Civil War troops, making it a historic landmark, and has now become a sanctuary for city folk and also a backdrop for wedding photos.

Nearby Hotel Pickup: Sugar Magonolia Bed & Breakfast

7. Waverley Cemetery; Bronte, Australia

Talk about a final resting place with an outlook! Opened in 1877, This cemetery is located on a cliff that overlooks the Tasman Sea. Walk around and look at the largely intact Victorian and Edwardian statues, and tombs among many notable Australians (including the writer Henry Lawson and Australia’s first Prime Minister, Sir Edmund Barton) and all the while looking to take in the countless wet opinions beneath.  

8. Providence Cemetery, Chicago

Forget about your classics in this victorian cemetery. Graceland’s statues are secure, but few are also secured by drink. Like the architectonic notable town for which it’s located, these sites have viewed the “Cemetery of Architects.” It had been planned by the creative architects of the day and excursions were always driven by the Chicago Architectural Foundation.

Nearby Hotel Picknick: Best Western Hawthorne Terrace

9. Hollywood Cemetery: Los Angeles

A lot of folks might die to create it in Hollywood — but some undertook. Created in 1899, Hollywood Forever became the option cemetery for many of Tinseltown’s superstars, and the location is now listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. Jack Ramone, Cecil B. DeMille and DeMille, Jayne Mansfield, Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, and many others rest in peace now.

Nearby Hotel Pickup!: Hollywood Historic Hotel

10. Lynn Hill Cemetery: Philadelphia

Overlooking the Schuylkill River, This cemetery was built in 1836, andthe key ideas that went into creating it were that it had to be located in a gorgeous place outside of the town to provide a fixed funeral room for the silent in a relaxing and peaceful setting that was both peaceful and comfortable. Almost 180 years, and the location nevertheless provides an exit. It is one of the few estates to be designated a National Historic Landmark.  

Nearby Hotel Pickup: Homewood Suites by Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue

The 13 Most Haunted Hotels in The World Stunning Travel Photos from 2015 The 12 Most Luxurious Hotels in Paris.

Latest article

More article