You wouldn't normally think of a cemetery as a calming locale, but this one is. The winding access lanes are bordered with seasonal plantings and established trees, primarily maples.
This cemetery has the most unique and beautiful monuments. You can even take a historical tour and learn about the stories behind some of the unique stones. The co-creator Moxie is buried here.
Fourteen square miles, 105,000 people. You can walk through this place and not meet a soul. Beautifully landscaped, every tree labeled, It is a true gem with almost the entire history of the city buried with in. Wonderful place to get away from the hustle and bustle of a vibrant, busy city.
The grounds are well kept. Easy to fid your way around. Other interesting markers. Some yards are very pleasant to see, as they wind around hills and border a river. The sounds of the river make for a peaceful setting. If you look close enough you might find some of Lowell s more famous. The older markers are quite the... 更多
If you enjoy seeing monuments and going to beautiful cemeteries (there are some of you out there, like me), look no further. This special place shows how much money, influence and history the city had in its heyday. The monuments are spectacular. I would compare this to the Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge any day of the week. Just go... 更多
An old cemetery with many beautiful and different headstones. Very well laid out comfortable for walking. They do offer guided tours on certain days and hours.
The Lowell Cemetery is not as well known as Mt. Auburn in Cambridge, but it has some fascinating memorials dating to the mid nineteenth century. It is beautiful and there are some interesting memorials. One man's grave is marked by a representation of the chair that he sat in - we often think that people just started doing strange things... 更多
That's the title of a book on the Lowell Cemetery (not to be confused with other Lowell cemeteries) that beautifully describes the history, art and landscape of this beautiful place that continues to function to this day. Opened in 1841, the Lowell Cemetery is the resting place of Lowell's people from mill girls and Civil War soldiers to politicians and... 更多
I am from the west coast and let me tell you we haven't got anything like this by way of cemeteries. the headstones here are incredible. the money spent during the the times of the textile boom in Lowell on these things make them a sight to behold. I have actually been here a few times when back visiting my... 更多