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We spent a couple of hours at this well maintained cemetery. We walked among the graves while at the same time saw the well maintained flowers, trees and shrubs. There is a great amount of history at the City Cemetery. Parking is very limited at...More
It was a nice day so a friend and I decided to take a stroll through the Old City Cemetary. Everyone I come here I am amazed by the beauty. The volunteers have done a great job with the beautiful plants throughout the cemetary. Wear...More
Every now and then I take a walk (or a bike ride) through the historic City Cemetery on Broadway. You can plainly see that it was the high ground, the first hill South of downtown and therefore the only ground above water when the Sacramento...More
After living here 35 years, I visited this cemetery for the first time, today. It was astounding! People are buried here from the Civil War and the Gold Rush eras. You can recognize famous California historical names. The grave stones are historic and poignant. The...More
A trip to any cemetery can be educational. For the Old City Cemetery it is very much so. The age of the those buried gives a sense of OLD Sacramento. Living in 2017 to see many 1800 graves give a sense of the past. The...More
You can spend a good hour here just strolling through the premises reading the tombstones. There's something really alluring about this place, with the beautiful, vibrant, lively foliage that coexists amongst the dead. Even weirder when you think about it's location: across from Target! Parking...More
This cemetery is historical in a sense because many of the famous people in history were buried here. There is even a guard that watches the place. The land is considered to be the highest point in the city and it was used for evacuation...More