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You can drive through it but definitely stop throughout to walk around and look at the old graves. Elijah Bonds grave is really cool. Definitely bring a penny to put on John WIlks Booth unmarked grave!
If you’re a fan of Civil War history, this place is a must see. I’m not from the area, and be advised it is not in a great part of town. You can grab a map at the office when you come into the cemetery....More
As a historian and serving Soldier, I’m glad to have spent a couple hours here on Veterans Day. Though it is no military cemetery, it is no ordinary graveyard. Green Mount has great architecture and a substantial history to it. The office provided a map,...More
Greenmount Cemetery is in a very shady & run down part of town. With that being said, the cemetery seems to do a great job with security. When you first enter the grounds it is required that you first go into the office to check...More
We love cemeteries and the tales they can tell. Greenmount is the resting place for famous, infamous, statesmen, business people, and citizens of all stripes. Armed with a map from the office we set out to find the graves of those who interested us. The...More
Beautiful cemetery In a really shady part of town. I know I am born and raised in Baltimore.
But our main visit was for three graves. John Wilkes Booth and the Ouija board grave and Johnny Eck.
-John Wilkes Booth's grave is actually a unmarked...More
Historical Green Mount Cemetery located in one of the Baltimore's more seedy and run down neighborhoods. As a previous reviewer stated, you need to be constantly aware of your surrounding. Visitors must stop at the office and check in. They will provide you with a...More
I'm not sure why people are going on and on about the neighborhood. It's fine. It's a city. The reviews had me nervous but honestly, it's fine. I went with my 13 year old godson who is a huge Lincoln fan and he wanted to...More