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: $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.
                  
THEME TOURS AND
TWILIGHT TOURS
Visit the TOURS page for a full schedule.



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.



NEXT THEME TOUR: 

Frederick Douglass statue near the gatehouse at the north cemetery entranceABOLITIONISTS AND THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

Saturday, July 20
at 11 a.m.

Frederick Douglass and many other Rochester citizens kept the Freedom Seekers moving northward through their secret network.   

Meet: 
North Gatehouse Entrance, 791 Mount Hope Avenue, opposite Robinson Drive.

Admission: $10, free for FOMH members, SNAP recipients with ID, and children under 16 when accompanied by a paying adult. 
Tour Guide: Dennis Carr

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


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Bronze dog Carlo

CARLO, the beloved mascot of the FOMH, has come out of the corner!
Come a bit early for your next tour and check out his updated space. Carlo loves visitors, especially cemetery lovers!