In repose behind Mount Holly’s native stone walls and wrought iron gates lie some of the most notable citizens of Arkansas.
Thousands of people visit Mount Holly every year. Some are exploring Arkansas and regional history. Several tours of the city stop at Mount Holly.
Some visitors are entranced by the art of the monuments. Every style of funerary monument, from ancient and Neo-Classical to Victorian and Art Deco, can be found here.
Mount Holly is a project of the Master Gardeners of Pulaski County, so some are enjoying the beautiful, park-like grounds. Other visitors are simply walking in the neighborhood.
Mount Holly is still an active cemetery, so some are visiting the graves of their friends and family members.
Special events bring others to Mount Holly. Tales of the Crypt alone attracts over a thousand visitors in a single night each October. People of all ages come to the annual Spring Picnic to help raise funds for the cemetery’s maintenance. The monthly Garden Series, hosted by the Downtown Dames, starts off Saturday mornings with outdoor inspiration.
Visit historic Mount Holly Cemetery in the heart of downtown Little Rock.