Crown Hill Cemetery

Voted the "Best Walking Tour in Indy" by Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, Crown Hill Cemetery is a top attraction in Indianapolis with over 190,000 historical gravesites  ranging from notorious killers to U.S. presidents.  Crown Hill offers a wide variety of walking tours throughout the year.  There are over 10 various tours available for groups to enjoy including: The Civil War, Heritage, Pioneer, Authors, Art & Architecture, Famous Funerals, Actors/Artists/ Architects/Musicians, African Americans, Crown Hill Celebrities, and a Politician tour.  The  grounds feature a Gothic Chapel built in the late 1800s and a burial plot including the remains of more than 1,600 Confederate soldiers who died in Indianapolis as prisoners of war.   This beautiful cemetary  is home to an extraordinary 100 species of trees.

Directions to Crown Hill Cemetery:

To reach Crown Hill's NORTH ENTRANCE at 38th Street and Clarendon Road: turn right (east) on 38th St. to the stop light (Clarendon Road) and turn left (north). The cemetery entrance is about a block down the road on the left (west).

To reach the 34th STREET ENTRANCE at 34th Street and Boulevard Place: turn right (east) on 38th St. to Boulevard Place (2nd stop light) and turn right (south). Proceed south on Boulevard Place to 34th Street (stop sign) and turn right (west). Enter Crown Hill through the large stone gate.

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  • Crown Hill Cemetery
  • 700 West 38th Street
  • Indianapolis, IN 46208
  • 317-925-8231
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