When I started working at Mount Auburn, a good friend suggested I ride my bike for my 5-mile commute to work. At the time, I had an older bike that I only used occasionally. Encouraged by my friend, and by … Continue reading
The seventy-two acres purchased from George Brimmer for the purpose of a cemetery was commonly known to locals and Harvard students by the name of “Sweet Auburn” after the fictitious town in Oliver Goldsmith’s 1770 poem “The Deserted Village.” When deciding … Continue reading
All Easter Tributes and Decorations will be removed starting Monday, May 1st.
The Cemetery now opens at 8:00 am and closes at 8:00 pm. Washington Tower is now open for the season and closes at 6:00 pm