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If you like older cemeteries this one is great, and larger than one would expect in such a small town. It's set under a grove of live oak trees so most areas are shady and quite picturesque. Many tombstones are old enough such that the...More
Stumbled upon this treasure quite by accident when I pulled off I-75 to gas up. Saw the signs for 'Historic Micanopy', followed them & ran into this beautiful spot.
Before I even stopped to get out & wander around, noticed piles of cat crunchies on...More
Don’t leave Micanopy without spending time to walk through the old cemetery. Tall trees, Spanish Moss, and serenity as you spend time in the cemetery. Be sure and ask for directions or you spend time wandering about the town.
You will find grave sites going...More
Very interesting, yet eerie cemetery. Some of the stones have eroded so you can’t read them... yet some are still perfectly legible. It’s always interesting to see all the old families buried together as well. Many headstones date back to the late 1800s and early...More
We love to visit historical cemeteries and this one didn't disappoint. The large oak trees with Spanish moss gave it a wonderfully old, slightly spooky feeling! Many old headstones, often surrounded by dilapidated fences. Using a page off the internet, we were able to find...More
Well, it is a cemetery! We drove thought it on our way to the Ripple Effect art gallery, more as a side attraction if anything. I was with friends and they want to show me some of the graves and stone designs. It was ok...More
To get there exit off I-75 at rt 234, turn right onto Seminary Ave. The cemetery is on the right, about a mile down the road. Continue on Seminary to the "downtown" where the shops and restaurants are.