Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum
Woodland is taking all precautionary measures to protect the members of the community while still carrying out the essential roles as a place to bury the dead and provide comfort and inspiration to the living.
Most importantly, the grounds remain open to the public between 8 AM and 7 PM each day. The Cemetery is a much needed green-space, offering a place of retreat and reflection, and we do hope that you will continue to feel comfort in our landscape in this time of uncertainty.
While the grounds remain open to the public, Woodland Cemetery is now taking more active measures to protect staff, volunteers, members, visitors, clients, and families. The Administrative Offices will remain opened but public restrooms will be closed until the spread of the virus is contained.
All scheduled programs and tours are cancelled through the end of March. We have cancelled and are limiting community programs that have been scheduled in April. We will be closely monitoring the situation and will continue to cancel programs and tours for as long as necessary.
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One of the nation's five oldest "garden cemeteries," Woodland is the resting place of the Wright Brothers, Paul Laurence Dunbar, inventor Charles F. Kettering, author/humorist Erma Bombeck and media mogul James Cox, among others.