This cemetery isn't a 'must-do' in Louisville, but it's a nice place to slow down and relax. The drive through the cemetery is nice and peaceful. Colonel Sander's grave is a neat place to stop and take a photo, but the cemetery's varied and impressive tombstones and monuments are the real treat.
Also, if you have any connection to The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, James P. Boyce, John Broadus, A.T. Robertson, and Basil Manly are buried here.
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