Historic Doylestown Cemetery was founded in1849 as a Victorian garden cemetery by a group of compassionate citizens who purchased a 10 acre tract specifically for the purpose of starting a non-profit, non-demominational cemetery where all people are warmly recieved. It has become one of the most beautiful and welcoming cemeteries in Bucks County.

Families can find quiet comfort laying their loved ones to rest surrounded by the peace and tranquility of a beautifully maintained arboraetum, or stroll the secure 33 landscaped acres in calming solitude .

We offer traditional full-sized graves for casket burials, two smaller grave sizes for the interment of cremated remains, and combination graves for the interment of full casket burial with the option of adding cremated remains in the same grave.

History is alive! at Doylestown Cemetery! With nearly 11,000 interments within the past 160+ years, this historic cemetery is the final resting place of some of Doylestown's and Bucks County's most interesting and important citizens. Weekly guided walking tours lead guests on entertaining and informative excursions into the past. See Walking Tours link for details.

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Upcoming Tours & Events

First and Third Saturdays, 10:00 am: VIP Tour. Meet some of Doylestown and Bucks County's most interesting and influential people:outspoken  Tamminey Hall politician and Union soldier; a niece of Ralph Waldo Emmerson; Buffalo Soldiers, Auschwitz survivior; artists. writers, a PT Barnum Circus trapeze artist and a host of others.

Second Saturdays, 10:00 am: 19th century Victorian Tombstone Interpretation. The introduction of steam power in the Victorian era led to a tremendous change in the ability to produce unique and beautifully detailed marble and granite Memorial statuary. Learn the meaning and symbolism behind many of the these finely ornamented sculptures. Led by American Association for Gravestone Studies member Tammy Schane and professional tour guides.

Fourth Saturdays, 10:00 am: Civil War Tour. Meet some of over 200 Civil War soldiers, including soldiers, sailors, surgeons, officer's and USCT members. Hear the tales of some of the conflict's most famous and devastating battles. Led by costumed re-enactors and Civil War historians. Meets on the cemetery office porch.

Fifth Saturdays, 10:00 am: Arboreatum Tours. Take a walk through the arboretum of old growth specimen trees and ornamental shrubbery, and visit our newly installed moss garden. These tours are led by horticultural professionals.

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