tour group at Morgan mausoleumJOIN US FOR A GENERAL TOUR
Each Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
April 28 through October 27

Meet: North Gatehouse opposite Robinson Dr.
Admission
(pay at tour site when you arrive): $10, free for FOMH members, SNAP recipients with ID, and children under 16 when accompanied by a paying adult.

Note:
The Friends of Mount Hope are offering ASL interpreted tours June 2, July 7, and September 29. These are the general tours on Sunday at 2pm with the addition of several sites that are important to Rochester's rich Deaf history/heritage.
                  
Visit the TOURS page for a full schedule of general and theme tours.
 


blue sky and mount hope treesTREES OF MOUNT HOPE
Interested in Mount Hope Cemetery's trees? Hop on the plantsmap website (plantsmap.com -- a website that hosts botanical collections) and search "fomh".  Then navigate to different plants and collections  identified in the cemetery. more...



MAILING ADDRESS
Please address mail correspondence to:
Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery
P.O. Box 18713
Rochester, NY 14618-0713


  
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Visit our CALENDAR for a quick scan of upcoming tours and events.




       GRAND TORCH LIGHT TOURS RETURN!
torch imageSaturday, October 5
Tuesday, October 8

Groups go out every 15 minutes,
6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Guides will take you to unique stops and share stories from Rochester's history, by moonlight and torchlight.
Meet:
North Gatehouse opposite Robinson Dr.

NO PARKING IN CEMETERY – Park on Robinson Drive or on neighborhood streets
Ticket prices: $15 in advance*    $20 at door

*Advance tickets available at Wegmans beginning September 16. NOTE: You must select a date and time for your tour when you purchase your ticket.


NEXT THEME TOUR:

Lewis Henry Morgan portraitLEWIS HENRY MORGAN AND THE PUNDIT CLUB
Saturday, September 21 at 11:00 a.m.
In mid-nineteenth century Rochester, economic growth and development spurred professional men to seek self-cultivation through literary fraternities and clubs. Lewis Henry Morgan, the father of cultural anthropology, was a prominent member of the "pundit club."  In this tour you will visit the graves of many of these club members and learn about their interesting intellectual legacy.
Meet: North Gatehouse opposite Robinson Dr.
Guides:  FOMH tour guides
Admission (pay at tour site when you arrive): $10, free for FOMH members, SNAP recipients with ID, and children under 16 when accompanied by a paying adult.


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GENEALOGICAL SERVICES
Click on Genealogical Services to find information about  assistance offered by Friends volunteers.