Very cool place to be in Marblehead. Awesome views and place to commune with nature. Great place to explore a little bit outside the old town.
Commune with the 17th and 18th centuries up here while admiring the gorgeous views. Contemplate the losses during the great storm and the Revolutionary War, wonder at the interesting carved artwork on the ancient gravestones. Plenty of places to sit and admire the views while thinking about your place in time. Terrain is challenging for those whose mobility is limited.
Interesting to stroll around and see ancient burial stones. Also beautiful view of the bay. very peaceful area to take a break.
Just another neat place to visit while you are in Marblehead. The paper thin tombstones dating back to the 1700's are impressive. Stroll at your own pace
We stumbled on this cemetery while walking the area. It is a pretty little cemetery with a great view. We found out while we were in Salem that this cemetery was used in the film Hocus Pocus.
We stumbled upon the cemetery as we were driving around looking at all the historical homes in Marblehead. There is quite a bit of history in the cemetery and worth looking around. It appears that some headstones have been re-done so that they are readable once again.
I work in Town and as soon as the weather breaks this is where I bring my lunch once or twice a week. Please be aware that you need a special permit to rub any of the stones and NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED in any of the cemeteries in Town.( up to $50.00 fine) It is so peaceful and it... 更多
It is the most sacred ground in Marblehead and the resting place of the town founders and Revolutionary hero General John Glover. Its' site is on a granite nob overlooking the harbor and the vast Atlantic beyond.
I grew up in Marblehead and this was 1 of my favorite places to go and walk around at Old Burial Hill the best part is that if you walk for long enough you will find Redds Pond on the other side. That area is what we call Old Town so its a great place to walk or ride a... 更多