Nothing special unless your take a special interest in the history of Savannah and the south. Otherwise you better go to the Bonaventure Cemetery.
About Colonial Park Cemetery
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I went on a tour that started here at night, so I went ahead of time to make sure I knew where it was. Lucky for me, because the tour started after the cemetery closed. It's definitely worth a stop, day or night.
I made a point to go to Colonial Park Cemetery during my first day visit to Savannah. Little did I realize that every other day I would enter the cemetery since my GPS routed me through there. Interesting history and it's certainly a nice place...More
Colonial Park Cemetery is in the Historic District and has an interesting history. Very easy to walk.
If you want to know a towns past go to a Cemetery. It was interesting. There were many of the head stones on the outside edge of the cemetery and the stories are very interesting.
This is the resting spot for those who died before the civil war. May notable people are buried here as well as those who died of yellow fever, etc. Check out the "dueling" area. Some of the monuments were unusual. The cemetery had been made...More
This cemetery has lots of history and is beautiful to walk around. You will notice most people buried there didn't live very long. Times were hard back in the day.
The place looked really interesting but i didn't initially take the time to go into it. It wasn't until i went on my first ghost tour that i learned how interesting the place actually is! The next day i spent a good amount of time...More
We first learned of this cemetery during our The Beyond Good and Evil Tour. We met here in the evening, but you cannot tour inside the cemetery at night. So, we returned the next day and walked through it. It is quite lovely with lots...More