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Face Masks Required Indoors

Masks are now required indoors.  Read our Visitor Guidelines »

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An Invitation to Help Transcribe Our History – From Home!

Mount Auburn is pleased to announce an exciting new transcription project that welcomes your participation… Learn more»

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Flora Mount Auburn

Search our online plant collections database with Flora Mount AuburnLearn More »

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Join the Friends of Mount Auburn

Please join the Friends or 1831 Society to ensure that Mount Auburn continues to thrive.   Learn how you can help!

Plan Ahead

Our staff recognizes the challenges of end-of-life planning. We assist you with care and compassion in making these decisions whether you are planning for the future or need to make immediate arrangements. Mount Auburn has and always will be a sacred place of remembrance, a place to mourn those we have loved, a place to seek inspiration and solace, and a place to celebrate life. Learn More »

Visit Us

Discover. Connect. Reflect. 
Mount Auburn welcomes visitors free of charge every day of the year.

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As Seen In The News

Learn more about Mount Auburn's African American Heritage Trail as featured on Chronicle's City Savvy Quiz (WCVB Boston).

Explore the African American Heritage Trail →

Burial Search

Visit our interactive map to quickly find the location of individuals buried at Mount Auburn.  For additional assistance, complete a request for a burial location verification through our online store.

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Service of Commemoration

Held each May, our Service of Commemoration offers words and music to comfort and to inspire as you remember all of those you have lost.

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