Important News Concerning the COVID-19 Pandemic

March 28, 2020

Mount Auburn is closely monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and is following the protocols outlined by the CDC and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.  Please continue to check this page before planning a trip to the Cemetery. We will continue to update this page with announcements about any further changes to our daily operations.


Virtual ways to enjoy the Cemetery

March 27, 2020

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Read issues of Mount Auburn’s Magazine, Sweet Auburn.

Listen to former Composer-in-Residence, Mary Bichner’s Spring Suite, inspired by the colors and poetry of spring.

Watch videos from former Artist-in-Residence, Roberto Mighty’s multimedia project, twenty nine videos of the seasons and the stories of Mount Auburn.

Listen to the recent Talk Nerdy Podcast interview with Paul Kwaitkowski, Mount Auburn’s Wildlife Conservation and Sustainability Manager on Citizen Science and more. 

Browse Mount Auburn’s website and read Notable People Biographies and History, Horticulture, and Wildlife Highlights or learn about Environmental Stewardship initiatives.

Explore our Online Collections Database. This online catalog allows you to explore Mount Auburn’s Historical Collections & Archives. Holdings include a wide range of prints, photographs, books, ephemera, maps, plans, decorative arts, fine art, and more than 3,500 linear feet of archival records.

Re-watch a contemplative Satigata concert originally taped in Story Chapel by Cambridge Community Television on April 9, 2017.

Enjoy memories of previous spring seasons at Mount Auburn Cemetery!