Welcome to Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation
Cedar 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.
Saturday, May 6, 10:00 am
Admission: $5.00; Members: Free
Melissa Josefiak discusses notable Wethersfield personages who now reside at Cedar Hill. Featured residents include wealthy seedsman Silas Robbins, Civil War chaplain John Morris, Tuskegee Airman Lemuel Custis and Connecticut State Prison warden William Willard. The walking tour begins at the flagpole located at the end of our entrance drive.
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
To visit Hartford’s historic Cedar Hill Cemetery’s website, click here.