Mount Auburn is free and open to the public 365 days and welcomes over 200,000 visitors each year. We are interested in hearing about your visit, why you came, what was memorable to you, and what we can do better to meet your needs in the future.
Join us on Saturday, October 26th at 9 AM in Story Chapel to share your experience at the Cemetery. Seasonal refreshments will be served, and participants will receive a thank you gift.
If you are interested in participating, please complete the form below. A member of our staff will confirm your attendance via email. We look forward to hearing about your experience at Mount Auburn.Create your own user feedback survey
Saturday, March 31 & Sunday, April 1
The Cemetery is open 8 AM – 7 PM
Floral tributes will be available for purchase at the Greenhouse 8 AM – 2 PM.
If you need to the find the location of a grave you can:
*Look it up before your visit on our website http://www.mountauburn.org/map/
*Go to the Visitors Center to have a volunteer help you. Open Saturday & Sunday, 9 AM – 4:30 PM
Easter tributes will be removed starting Monday, April 23.
Images of celestial beings are found throughout the Cemetery, proudly posing on pedestals or tucked into the decorations of many monuments. The brochures below include some of the many angels and cherubs found at Mount Auburn.
Join Rosemarie Smurzynski for a tour of Angels & Cherubs at a future date to be announced!
A Guide to Angels in Mount Auburn Cemetery
and their Role in Consoling the Human Heart
The word angel derives from the Greek “angelos” which means messenger.
In Islam the word for angel is “mala” which also means messenger. (more…)
Mount Auburn Cemetery attracts over 200,000 visitors per year, and they visit for many different reasons. Families and friends come to pay tribute to loved ones every day, as we continue to do about 500 new burials per year. Others come to enjoy the beautiful landscape, the magnificent trees, the birds and other wildlife, or the amazing collection of funerary art and architecture. Many attend our educational programs and tours, and still others come to study history and learn about the notable residents of Mount Auburn. Some do all of the above.
It is the diverse collection of over 5,000 spectacular trees that no doubt attracts many people to the Cemetery. Nevertheless, it is the combination of the topography, the plants, the wildlife and the monuments and other built structures that make Mount Auburn the unique landscape and National Historic Landmark that it is.