NEW!
FOMH ONLINE EXPERIENCES

You'll find links to a three-part tour of Mount Hope's trees, plus our "Mount Hope Moments" -- digital vignettes based on research into Mount Hope's rich cultural history.

New Videos:



THE HENRY RUNDEL FAMILY - A STORY OF HEARTBREAK

Visit our Online Programs Page to find links to all of the Friends online initiatives, including "Mourning in the Morning" presentations recorded at the Rochester Public Library, available on the Central Libary's YouTube channel.



TREES OF MOUNT HOPE

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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.




Coming Soon!
A HUGE surprise is on its way at the end of May for all our faithful readers. Stay Tuned!




photo of tour group2021 TOUR SEASON ANNOUNCED


We're Back with In-Person Tours in 2021!

A full season of tours will be offered by the Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery from April through October, 2021. We are excited to be back in the tour business!

Visit our TOURS page for schedule and details.

We have made a commitment to the safety of our tour goers and volunteers in a number of ways. The foremost is restricting the tour size and requiring advanced sales tickets.

Each tour will have its own URL for buying tickets in advance.
 


FIRST 2021 THEME TOUR

katsura tree budApril Tree Walk
Mt. Hope Fence Line

Saturday, April 24 at 11 am AND 1 pm
Meet: South Entrance, 1133 Mt. Hope Ave., opposite The Distillery restaurant

Take a walk with our own tree lover Tom Jones, looking for signs of Spring. Observe the showy horse-chestnut tree buds  and flowering magnolias, as well as less conspicuous trees such as maples and hickories.

Advanced Sales Tickets Required: $12/person.

Members: Admission is free, but you must register and acquire a ticket in advance. A new Promo Code is required. See April 12 email.



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



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