Welcome to Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation

Old Cedar HillCedar Hill Cemetery Foundation invites you to discover, experience and explore Hartford’s historic Cedar Hill Cemetery. Established in 1864, Cedar Hill is an American rural cemetery encompassing 270 acres of landscaped woodlands, waterways and memorial grounds. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Cedar Hill serves as a sanctuary for memorial artworks, Hartford history and welcomed wildlife.

In addition to offering tours and events, Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation raises funds to ensure the park-like memorial grounds are preserved and protected in perpetuity.

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Upcoming Event

Professors of Sweet Sweet Music at the Arch in Bushnell Park. Music Among the Memorials – POSTPONED UNTIL TOMORROW
The Free Concert will be held on the rain date

Saturday, July 23, 6:00 pm
The Professors of Sweet Sweet Music bring energy and fun to Cedar Hill with covers of music they love from The Grateful Dead and Johnny Cash to reggae and rock-influenced original music featuring the ukulele and guitar. Bring blankets, chairs and picnic dinners.

 

Hamilton webBarnstormers & Aviators
Saturday, July 23, 10:00 am
Admission: $5.00; Foundation & Let’s Go Arts Members: Free
Learn about Connecticut’s role in aviation history through the stories of noted stunt flyers, aviation innovators and early supporters of winged flight.

 

Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote in perpetuity the art, culture, history and natural beauty of Hartford’s nationally recognized Cedar Hill Cemetery.

We invite you to support our efforts to maintain and restore the cemetery’s historic architecture, preserve the historic and unique memorial artworks, conserve and protect the natural resources, care for the picturesque trees and shrubs, and present educational tours and events to the public.

Cedar Hill Cemetery & Foundation
453 Fairfield Avenue
Hartford, CT 06114
860-956-3311

To visit Hartford’s historic Cedar Hill Cemetery’s website, click here.

 

 

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