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Surprised to see an "open" day at a cemetery bso went along to see what was happening. It was a fate and really enjoyable with singers in the old ruin, beautiful horses, plant and flower sellers, talks and more.
Such a great few hours learning about the history of our city through the tour of the graves of the musical artists here at Nunhead. The tales involved rags to riches to rags again; murder and accidental deaths. All good. 12 year old son enthralled....More
A really nice place to spend a day out. Loads of things of interest to see from the grave stones and monuments with historic enscriptions to the curn out chapel that you can walk around.
We met a few interesting folk along the way and...More
It seems almost macabre to be writing once again a review of something so closely associated with death, and also to be giving it a 5* rating (I last reviewed this place in April 2017). But Nunhead Cemetery in Nunhead in South London is such...More
Visited again for the open day and did a tour of the crypt which is usually closed. Also did the guided tour which h is very informative. It lasted 1 hour but the guide said that the tours they do once a month are a...More
Nunhead Cemetery is the second largest of the magnificent seven Victorian cemeteries. It contains many crumbling graves and statues, and an area known as the Dissenters' Triangle; the name pretty much explains it. It is also a local nature reserve with woodpeckers, owls, bats, foxes,...More
...I can see why people come here. We had loads of time to use before going to an appointment - decided to wander round here and see a grand Victorian cemetery. It didn't disappoint. The grandeur was everywhere, from the entrance to the headstones and...More