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We decided to go one evening for a look. The place has some of the most amazing tombs you will see. It must be about 3-4 mile square. You are better going around in a car or truck to get to the best tombs. It...More
Attended a ghost tour put on by the Onondaga Historical Society. Very well done. 5 or 6 stops along the way where cemetary residents spoke of their lives as it relates to our central New York history. Great presentations. Actors were in costume and defiantly...More
Not a bad cemetery. There were a few "finds" such as a mausoleum with beautiful stained glass windows or the bronze stag. But watch where you step. Even though it hadn't rained in the past 48 hours, there were lots of wet spots in the...More
As a kid I made my parents take me to this splendid arboretum because it really is a grand tree collection. Many rare trees came from Ellwanger and Barry Mt. Hope Nursery of Rochester in the late 1880's and are now glorious living sculptures. I...More
Last visited in 2015, 30 years after attending college at the adjacent Syracuse University and State College of Environmental Science and Forestry. This was, and remains, a fascinating cemetery. This is because of the historical nature of the monuments as well as the mature forest...More
I've been visiting here for years, My family plot is there. I love the architecture of the older monuments and buildings. But sadly, there has been a lot of vandalism in recent decades. I'd like to see a program where juveniles have to do their...More