A group of people gather outside a small granite building with impressive columns and Everard inscribed on the pediment.
Credit: Julia Xiao

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Step back in time to NY's Gilded Age, and view the mausoleums at Woodlawn Cemetery. A 400-acre active burial ground established in 1863, Woodlawn Cemetery is a National Historic Landmark with the largest and finest collection of funerary art in the country. Many of New York's most accomplished architects created impressive mausoleums for their prestigious clients. The cemetery’s unrivaled collection of monuments—including over 1,300 mausoleums– were designed by legendary American architects, landscape designers, and sculptors. The work of McKim, Mead & White, Carrère & Hastings, Beatrix Farrand, Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Daniel Chester French graces Woodlawn’s grounds.