Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond
About Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond
Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond - Address, Phone Number
Address: 412 S Cherry St, Richmond, VA 23220, United States
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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The Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond is not the burial place of Hollywood stars. In fact, the eminent personalities of Virginia like the Confederate President and generals and the past President of the United States like John Tyler and James Monroe are buried here. Built like a garden along the banks of the river James, the cemetery makes for a nice afternoon walk as you walk past the graves of those that played an important part in shaping and molding history.
Hollywood Cemetery Ticket Prices
- The entry is free.
Hollywood Cemetery Opening and Closing Hours
- You can also visit around 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
- Public visiting hours from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm daily year round.
- Open until 6:00 pm during Daylight Savings Time.
Restaurants Near Hollywood Cemetery
- Eat by Pescados China St.(Eclectic cuisine)
- Mamma Zu's (Italian cuisine)
- 821 Bakery Cafe (diner style seating)
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Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond Reviews - Write a Review
A lot of people don't seem to know this, but Hollywood is a fully functioning cemetery, and they are amazing. When my brother died completely unexpectedly at only 35 years old last year, Woody and Mabel in the front office took such incredible care of me and my family. Woody even managed to make us smile on the day my brother died, the same day we picked his plot, which was the truly the worst, most devastating day of my life. And everything was perfect, everything was just the way we discussed it should be, on the day we buried him. I commend Woody & Mabel, and Hollywood, for being such a spot of beautiful in the face of tragedy. Thank you for taking such amazing care of us and for continuing to take such wonderful care of my brother.
One of my favorite places to walk in Richmond. Always beautiful, quiet, and peaceful. Incredible stonework to admire and fascinating historical value. Feels surreal in the fall.
I walked through this beautiful cemetery, and felt a peace that I haven't felt in a very long time. The atmosphere was so quiet and timeless. A glimpse into eternity can be experienced here, and it quiets the soul.
Very interesting place to visit, especially for history buffs. This is a place that most Richmonder's don't see. but really should. Take a morning or afternoon and walk the grounds. You'll be amazed.
Sensational for Photo shoots. Beautiful Cemetary That Has Several Famous People Burried In It.
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