Enter the Green-Wood Cemetery Catacombs on a special After-Hours tour of the historic Brooklyn burial ground!
Beyond serving as the final resting place for some of the most famous New Yorkers, Green-Wood Cemetery has much to offer the living!
Did you know that iconic magician Harry Houdini is buried in NYC's somewhat forgotten Machpelah Cemetery in Queens?
Though we may not notice it, NYC is home to many small cemeteries in all five boroughs, with the smallest on this list having 30 interments.
A list of 10 tombs to visit in Recoleta Cemetery, the last stop for Argentina’s most celebrated (and controversial) presidents, intellectuals, and entertainers.
The fabled Sleepy Hollow Cemetery of Tarrytown, NY seeks contribution to restore the Washington Irving family plot which has fallen into disrepair.
Fourth and fifth graders in Bronx Public School 48 have uncovered a long forgotten chapter of Bronx history: a slave graveyard inside Joseph Rodman Drake Park
New York City has its share of haunted spots, like Washington Square Park, a former burial site, the New Amsterdam
Paris may be most famous for its catacombs,but they exist all around the world, including in New York City, London, and Rome.
Evergreen Memorial Park was established in 1877 as the first official and sanctioned cemetery in Los Angeles. Find out what notable citizens call it their final resting place!