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Take Your Place in History

Hollywood Cemetery has been a fully operational cemetery since the 19th century. Established as a garden cemetery, its natural landscape and beautiful architecture quickly became a haven for Richmonders and continues to draw visitors from around the world. Throughout the years, it has become much more than a cemetery -- offering a living story in stone, iron, and landscape to its visitors from near and far. Lots, crypts, and niches are still available for purchase throughout its rolling hills and valleys, so you can take your place in history among presidents, generals, authors, and other famous notables.

Find A Grave

Use our Find a Grave feature to search the cemetery’s burial records online. Simply enter the name of the person you are searching for to generate results, including:

  • Obituary
  • Burial Location
  • Grave Location
  • Memories & Photos
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Weeping Lady Statue

Burial Options

Since the 19th century, Hollywood Cemetery has been a sacred place of rest. Whether you’re planning for the future or making immediate arrangements, Hollywood offers several interment options including:

  • Lots
  • Cremation Niches
  • Presidents Circle
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Iron Dog Statue

Tour Hollywood

Explore the fascinating history of Hollywood Cemetery in a guided walking tour during our April-November tour season. Group tours are welcome. Tour options include:

  • Historical Walking Tours
  • Segway Tours
  • Trolley Tours
  • Virtual Tour
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Explore the Cemetery

Take a virtual tour from the comfort of your own home or use it as a guide during your visit. Our GPS-enabled map allows you to:

  • plan your visit
  • bookmark the sites you’re interested in
  • take specific tours
  • locate & learn about notables

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John Tyler Statue
ArbNet - Accredited Arboretum - Level 1

Hollywood Cemetery is a recognized arboretum with the ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program. Hollywood Cemetery was designed in 1847 in the “rural” style to escape the grid-like monotony of city cemeteries. Its paths wind over 135 acres—through valleys, over hills and beneath stately trees, the most outstanding of which are featured in a tree brochure. There are over 2,000 trees in the Cemetery today; some have been here since the Cemetery was established.  Learn More