Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor

Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor - Address, Phone Number

Address: Mount Hope Cemetery Corp. & Crematory, 1048 State Street Bangor, Maine 04401

Phone: 207-9456589

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 07:30 am - 07:30 pm Details

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About Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor

Mount Hope is known to be America's second garden cemetery. Previously,it also managed the adjacent cemetery holding of the City of Bangor during the 19th and 20th centuries. In all, Mount Hope owned or managed some 300 acres by 1995. The property is visited by the general public for various things like recreational purposes as well as educational activities. It is although maximum visited for providing crematory, mausoleum, and related cemetery services.

On April 23rd,2015 Mount Hope Cemetery officially turns 181 years old, making it one of America;s oldest garden cemeteries. Established in 1834, the Mount Hope Cemetery Corporation, began with fifty acres and went on to roughly own 264 acres of land by 1996.

Mount Hope Cemetery Information

  • If you are somebody who gets easily affected by dead bodies, coffins and all, then it’s better to avoid.
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Mount Hope Cemetery Ticket Prices

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How To reach Mount Hope Cemetery by Public Transport

  • 2.1 miles from the main station. You can walk it or rent a cab via Mount Hope Avenue road. 

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  • We visited this cemetery many years ago and I was simply enthralled by both its beauty, location and history. Burials from the early 1800s, including one that, as mentioned on his grave stone, was a Frenchman who had fled Robespierre's Reign of Terror in France. We love to explore cemeteries and Mt. Hope has been the best so far. Trivia-it makes two cameo appearances in the movie "Pet Sematary".

  • I was blown away by the kindness shown to me by the staff at Mount Hope Cemetery. They went out of their way to place a stake on my great uncle's grave and kept it their for two weeks until I was able to visit his grave. Thank you so much!

  • This is where I want to end up in my family's later plot. Beautiful garden cemetery with burials from early 1800's.

  • It's absolutely beautiful to go walking in Also has a ton of history! Take the guided walk it's totally worth it!

  • Very beautiful here and quite. Also the site for the movie pet cemetery.

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