Spring in the Cemetery

Please take a photo when your visiting the cemetery this spring we would love to see your images.

Do you miss our cemetery tours and events? So do we! And we miss YOU!Currently, there are no tours scheduled for 2021. We are still unable to volunteer on-site at the cemetery or to conduct any private or public tours and events due to COVID-19 restrictions. We did not propagate roses for sale, and will not be holding Open Garden this year. We hope that we can resume activities safely later on this year. We are guardedly optimistic that we will be able to conduct Lantern Tours the last two weekends in October. Although we can’t offer you any guided tours or events, the Cemetery remains open during regular daytime hours (7 am to 5 pm through February, and 7 am to 7 pm starting March 1st). We hope you’ll take a self-guided tour or just wander at your leisure. Spring bulbs – like these charming daffodils at the Schaden family’s plot – are already blooming, gracing our peaceful, historic grounds. We look forward to seeing you again in the future!

4 thoughts on “Spring in the Cemetery

  1. Jon Hill says:

    The neighborhood around the cemetery, specifically at Broadway and 10th, does not appreciate the loud behavior and parking of the weekend early arriving workers. The loud music and exhaust systems as they arrive and depart their shifts is annoying and it disturbs our sleep in the morning. Please stop!

    1. Please contact the Cemetery manager as she will be able to address your concerns.

  2. Linda Winthers says:

    Are there tours of the cemetery during the day? We are interested in seeing the roses and early Sacramento graves.

    1. We are currently working on establishing tours again, may of our tours are during the day and we will continue to update the website and FB page as to when our next tour will be. Until then we do have some self guided tours available.

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