Inspiring Landscape of History, Art & Nature

Established in 1864, Cedar Hill Cemetery Encompasses 270 Acres of Landscaped Woodlands, Waterways, and Memorial Grounds.

The urban oasis serves as a sanctuary for Connecticut history, impressive funerary art, and natural beauty.

Upcoming Tours & Events

Learn about Cedar Hill Cemetery’s world of art, history, and natural beauty by attending one of our popular programs.

Upcoming Events

Plan A Visit

Open 365 days a year, you are invited to explore the art, history, and natural beauty of Cedar Hill Cemetery. Quiet recreational activities, such as walking, birding, and photography, are permitted. 

Discover History

Discover the rich heritage of Cedar Hill Cemetery and those laid to rest in this inspired landscape. 

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Experience Nature

Experience the beauty and serenity of Cedar Hill Cemetery’s park-like grounds. 

Support Cedar Hill

Cedar Hill is one of America's most distinguished rural cemeteries where art, history, and nature live in harmonious celebration of the past. You are invited to support our preservation efforts.

Meet Some of Our Residents

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Notable of the Month

Albert Entress (1844 – 1926)

Albert Entress was a prominent stone carver. He is probably best known for his work on the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch in Hartford's Bushnell Park. He carved the six statues on the tower's sides.

 

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Notable of the Month

Albert Entress (1844 – 1926)

Albert Entress was a prominent stone carver. He is probably best known for his work on the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch in Hartford's Bushnell Park. He carved the six statues on the tower's sides.

 

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