Category: Visiting

Visit Guidelines

August 25, 2017

The gates of Mount Auburn Cemetery are open daily until 8PM.

Washington Tower closes at 6PM.

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm;
Saturday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

An important part of Mount Auburn’s history is its role as a destination site. We take this role seriously and provide amenities critical to our visitors’ enjoyment and comfort. At the same time, we are both a historic landmark and an active burial site, so we ask that our visitors follow some basic guidelines during their stay here. (more…)

Independence Day 2017

June 29, 2017

The Administration Office, Visitors Center and Greenhouse will be CLOSED to the public on Monday, July 3 and Tuesday, July 4 in observance of the Independence Day holiday.

The Cemetery grounds are OPEN both days, 8 am – 8 pm.

Maps and other visitor information are available at the Front Entrance gate.

Roberto Mighty's earth.sky

January 25, 2016

Official trailer for Roberto Mighty’s earth.sky – a new media project about the Cemetery that combines film, historic voices, layered design, and music.

In earth.sky, audiences experience a uniquely emotional, historical journey through breathtaking landscape cinematography, high-fidelity audio, music, and photography, while hearing the inspiring, sometimes heartbreaking and often uplifting words of individuals interred at Mount Auburn Cemetery from its inception to today. As Mighty describes it “earth.sky is not about death. It is about living people. People who once walked the earth as we now do. People who live on in the memories of others.”

Roberto Mighty’s earth.sky

January 25, 2016

Official trailer for Roberto Mighty’s earth.sky – a new media project about the Cemetery that combines film, historic voices, layered design, and music.

In earth.sky, audiences experience a uniquely emotional, historical journey through breathtaking landscape cinematography, high-fidelity audio, music, and photography, while hearing the inspiring, sometimes heartbreaking and often uplifting words of individuals interred at Mount Auburn Cemetery from its inception to today. As Mighty describes it “earth.sky is not about death. It is about living people. People who once walked the earth as we now do. People who live on in the memories of others.”