Those who run the cemetery go out of their way to make the history of the place and those who (permanently) reside there, entertaining. There are specialized tours...One highlights the infamous enterred there, the shady ladies of Lynchburg, politicians, historical figures (and others) whose character/reputation survived their passing. There is the Pest House Medical Museum, and the Antique Hearse Collection. A small Chapel for services and a 'scatter garden' for the ashes of loved ones. I spent an interesting Sunday afternoon, just walking through and learned much about the city's past and the people who made it that way. I reccomend the tours and special events held there, to learn even more.
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