The Homewood Cemetery, Pittsburgh
Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
Homewood Cemetery is a historic, nonsectarian burial ground in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in Point Breeze and is bordered by Frick Park, the neighborhood of Squirrel Hill, and the smaller Smithfield Cemetery.It was established in 1878 from William Wilkins' 650acre estate, Homewood.Using our international travel planner, Pittsburgh attractions like The Homewood Cemetery can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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This cemetery is actually a history tour, with such gorgeous mausoleums, statues, crypts and tombstones. Many well known figures from Pittsburgh's past are buried here, and the grounds are very large ... read more »
Fuimos al anochecer con mi hijo allí a caminar, es muy bello , se divisan antiguas lápidas y mausoleos entre árboles añosos y colinas suaves... El premio del paseo fue ver muchas luciérnagas despegánd... read more »We went at dusk with my son there to walk, it is beautiful, you can see ancient gravestones and mausoleums among mature trees and soft hills... The award of the ride was see many fireflies taking off is of the soil raising is towards them trees doing seem these as trees Christmas, making it feel as a place magical!show original
Esse cemitério é muito bonito. Parece um parque. É bem legal para caminhadas em todas as épocas do ano.This cemetery is very beautiful. Looks like a park. It's really nice for hiking in all seasons of the year.show original
Doubles as a park. Great place for walks and bike rides. Safer than general neighborhood streets for kids to learn to bike, etc., with the exception of some steep hills. Great place to experience some nature without leaving paved road. If you're looking for hiking trails, the cemetery connects to the Frick Park down near Reynolds Street.
A very interesting and beautiful cemetery. I have found this to be a great place for a quiet walk . Being in a place with so much history makes it easier to put your own life in perspective.
Beautiful. Peaceful. Great place to run, walk and contemplate life. The grounds and mausoleums are beautiful.
Nice place hours of operation are bad. In order to put flower on my mom's grave I have to be late for work or leave early.
An interesting part of Pittsburgh history
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