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Bellefontaine Cemetery, Saint Louis

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#7 of 25 in Historic Sites in Saint Louis
Cemetery · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Founded in 1849, Bellefontaine Cemetery & Arboretum is a historic, not-for-profit cemetery set on 314 acres of scenic landscape in St. Louis, Mo.

As a guardian of family and community heritage, Bellefontaine is today more committed than ever before to protecting and celebrating the history of our grounds, our families, and the city we call home.

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  • Add Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis to my bucket list of the most significant cemeteries in the United States...along with Arlington, Hollywood and Graceland. Founded in 1849, it contains 314...  more »
  • While in town for a visit, we placed the cemetery on our things to see list and were not disappointed. Had the opportunity to visit the gravesites of many who helped shape our country. Among the...  more »
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  • This place is both beautiful and historic. There is unbelievable stained glass and architecture. The tours are excellent and full of interesting history. The landscape is very peaceful and well maintained. Some of the trees are giant and several hundred years old. It would be a great place for a tour, walk, run or simply stroll.
  • It’s a beautiful cemetery, but the tour is really pretty bad. The volunteer was constantly confused and seemed to know very little facts. We missed what seemed to be several import people like the Anheusers. Terrible at describing what you were supposed to look at so you just hoped you were maybe looking at the correct thing. Also her and the bus driver didn’t seem to be on the same wavelength on where they were going which added to the poor descriptions. I might try a different tour if it was run by someone better but I think I’ll just read about the cemetery on my own and come back by myself.

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