Mount Holly Cemetery was once outside the city of Little Rock, but now is the heart of it. Here are buried former governors, Confederate generals and politicians of all types. There is the grave of David O. Dodd, accused and convicted of being a spy for the Conefedacy and hanged at the age of 16. This cemetery is full of historical people and if you don't know the history of the state and those who shaped it, then find a tour and listen to what these people did and endured. The pathways are narrow because they were built for buggies and horses. The cemetery is well kept and there is a brochure to help you find the graves of the most important people. Once hundreds of Confederate soldiers were buried here, but because of crowding they were moved to the Confederate Veterans Cemetery next to the National Cemetery. There is no charge for visiting and seeing the artwork in some of the tombstones is very interesting. Even if you know nothing of the state history, it has a calming effect and who knows what you might see as there have been paranormal events reported.