25+ of the Best Cemeteries in Ohio to See BEFORE you Die
Marion Cemetery, Marion This cemetery is perhaps most famous for the “Merchant Ball,”
Mound Cemetery, Marietta This cemetery was established in 1801 around the base of an Adena burial mound dating back hundreds of years
New Peoli Cemetery, Port Washington Baseball fans will want to visit this Ohio cemetery, which is the final resting place of famous pitcher Cy Young.
Rome Presbyterian Church Revolutionary War Cemetery, Shiloh This cemetery in Richland County is the final resting spot for Revolutionary War veterans as well as veterans from each successive war.
Visit Spring Grove, Cincinnati the best cemeteries in Ohio to visit, the landscaping includes several lakes, trees, and unique plants.
Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, Dayton You’ll see many unique headstones in this public cemetery including the tombstone of Johnny Morehouse,
Visit The Woodlawn & Arboretum Cemetery, Toledo This historic cemetery and arboretum in Toledo is the perfect place for a quiet walk in the woods.