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Cedar Grove Cemetery is a 76-acre non-sectarian, non-profit burial ground in the city of New London, Connecticut. Still an active cemetery, Cedar Grove also is the final resting place of many of the city’s most significant citizens, ranging from a noted colonial-era diarist and ship captains from the city’s heyday as a major whaling port, to top elected officials and wealthy Gilded Age industrialists.
Established as part of the rural cemetery movement in the 19th century, Cedar Grove was designed as a peaceful haven with park-like natural features. Today, the cemetery offers a full range of burial options.
What people are saying about
This place was a second home to me for a really long time. And in some ways still is. Its peaceful, well kept most of the time and there are a lot of beautiful creatures swimming in the pond.
If you enjoy walking through cemeteries, don’t skip Cedar Grove! There are so many unique graves thorough out the property.
Beautifully kept grounds.