Old City Cemetery Daffodils
The Old City Cemetery, Lynchurg, Viginia’s most visited tourist site, is a nature-lovers paradise. The daffodils throughout the cemetery are just about finished blooming, due to our extremely mild winter and early spring. The pictures included with this blog are from several grave sites throughout the cemetery. Some daffoldils grace actual gravestones and plots, others are blooming where surely there is a grave below but the grave marker has long since disintegrated.
Established in 1806 Old City Cemetery is one of the oldest public cemeteries in the United States that has been in continuous use since its founding. Approximately 20,000 people are buried here, including over 2,200 Confederate soilders from 14 states.
Located at 401 Taylor Street the cemetery grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset. The visitor center is open daily between 11-3, or by appointment. The five museums on the property can be accessed during the hours the cemetery is open through the use of prerecorded taped messages.
Visit soon to catch the last glimpse of the daffodils. Be on the lookout for our upcoming blog posts about other events and announcements of things to see in the cemetery in the months ahead. The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast will be offering various specials and packages throughout the year which will include special events at the cemetery. Call us at 434.846.1388, keep reviewing our blog or visit our website at www.TheCarriageHouseInnBandB.com for more details.
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