Mount Auburn welcomes more than 250,000 visitors every year. It’s not only a destination for those in mourning. The grounds offer art and architecture, wildlife and a getaway from chaotic city life.
This scenic, hilly cemetery in Cambridge is best known for its views of Boston and its notable residents, but the history behind Mount Auburn Cemetery reveals a city on the brink of mass urbanization at a time when society was embracing new ideas about death, nature and the art in the urban landscape.
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Mount Auburn Cemetery
580 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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