Cemetery established in 1719, and containing many unusual and artistic markers, some by noted sculptors, as well as the graves of local notables. Visitation is encouraged; pick up a map at the office that shows notable markers.
Keep an eye open for the Adams Memorial, a justifiably famous marker by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. A casting of it is in the Smithsonian's American Art Gallery. It's a haunting work. Everything from colonial-era graves to elaborate Victorian mausoleums to inventive and artistic modern markers is to be seen here.
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