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Today we want to share with you a tour that may sound a bit freaky but you’ll love it. Boston’s 4 most historic cemeteries, unique and full of history.

King’s Chapel Burying Ground


Kings Chapel Burying Ground – Boston

Boston’s oldest cemetery, King’s Chapel Burying Ground founded in 1630 as the first cemetery in the city of Boston. Its colonial architecture is beautiful and attracts many visitors. Its old look makes you think there are thousands of stories in this place that you’ll never know.  In this cemetery, you’ll never know what to expect.

Copp’s Hill Burying Ground


Wonderful historic burying ground! Here in the cemetery you can see several headstones from 18th and 19th century. It is the second oldest cemetery in Boston and contains more than 1,200 marked graves. This cemetery is a valuable testimony to the American history.

Granary Burying Ground


Granary Burying Ground

Is one of the most famous cemeteries in USA, founded in 1660 and located on Tremont Street. In this cemetery are the tomb of Paul Revere and three signers of the United States Declaration of Independence: Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and Robert Treat Paine. This cemetery in the heart of town is a historical burial ground with many famous names. Good place to take a walk and learn history.

Mount Auburn Cemetery


Mount Auburn Cemetery

Amazing Cemetery! Gorgeous place with a unique history and beautiful landscapes, the cemetery has spectacular monuments. A cemetery with a detailed approach to death and is an incredible place to walk and clear your mind. If you’re going to know Mount Auburn Cemetery take a camera with you because we’re sure you’ll want to take lots of pictures.

By |October 16th, 2017|

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