Swan Point Cemetery is a historic rural cemetery located in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. Established in 1846 on a 60-acre (0.24 km²) plot of land, it has approximately 40,000 interments.Make Swan Point Cemetery a centerpiece of your Providence vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Providence online sightseeing planner.
Swan Point Cemetery reviews
This is a beautiful cemetery to walk and drive through, both as a greenspace and as a lovely place to honor those who have come before. We also saw a number of turkeys walking through the area to one.... more »
Hp lovecraft grave. A must see if you're a fan. The cemetery was beautiful and we'll groomed. A bit confusing to find out way out though. more »
Beautiful 300 acre cemetery. Walking around you can tell that a lot of care goes into this place daily. The trees are beautiful and there is an area along the water that is peaceful.
Incredible ecosystem tucked in within the cemetery.
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