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Laurel Grove North Cemetery

802 W Anderson St, Savannah, GA 31415-5494
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802 W Anderson St, Savannah, GA 31415-5494
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Visiting Savannah with fellow history buffs, we had to visit here - friends great, great uncle buried here (he was Confederate, her great, great grandfather was a Federal). As a former GS I had to see the resting place of Juliet Gordon Low, founder of...More

Thank kafiagirl
Reviewed 2 March 2017

We were here later on a Sunday afternoon and there was only one other car. We parked at various places and walked around. The most moving was an area where Civil War soldiers were buried. The statue is called "Silence" and it is where soldiers...More

Thank borntotravelOH
Reviewed 15 September 2016

It broke my heart to see the state of many of the monuments but this is still a very lovely and interesting place to visit. The neighborhood is kind of sketchy so I wouldn't even keep anything valuable in the car at all, even the...More

Thank christinee2013
Reviewed 12 May 2016

My husband is a civil war buff. He was enthralled with our visit here. Stop and get a map at the gate office; it will help you find the things you want to see. The cemetery is divided; south cemetery is easier to find and...More

1  Thank cwhitmarsh
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Lovely old cemetery with some familiar names you will come across walking the Historic district; the Waving Girl, Andrew Low and the founder of the Girl Scouts Movement. Included a confederate soldiers section including hero's of Gettysburg. Usual abundance of Spanish moss and the various...More

Thank _wrowlanda
Reviewed 14 April 2016

Different than Bonaventure Cemetary. Full of history but suggest doing some research before going there. Lots of military graves, some ancient headstones and some interesting markers. Doing some genealogical research we had hoped to find some ancestor's gravesites, but older sections are not recorded and...More

Thank Dave L
Reviewed 7 March 2016

Lots of people go to Bonaventure Cemetery, and it is truly lovely, but we discovered this cemetery on a recent Savannah trip and I am completely in love with it. Beautiful architectural details, statues and the ubiquitous Spanish moss.

2  Thank ramblingpixels
Reviewed 3 March 2016

Many of Gettysburg's dead find final peace here under moss laden oaks along with Savannah's 18th and 19th century residents.

1  Thank SaintVitas
Reviewed 25 February 2016

This cemetery has 2 parts the north is where the whites were buried and the south is where the black people were buried. I cannot find the South on TA so I will put my review here. The South is an amazing historic site. I...More

Thank QueenKai
Reviewed 22 January 2016

This cemetery is beautiful! The trees and landscape were stunning. Leaves the color of fall. So peaceful and the history is rich and educational.

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