This Obscure New Jersey Cemetery Is The Resting Place Of One Of History’s Most Famous Americans
America is home to several famous cemeteries, from Gettysburg to Arlington. Each is iconic for its rich history but New Jersey is home to a burial ground that may be even more significant. It’s not a place many know of but the impact of those who are interred here is immeasurable. One of history’s most famous Americans calls this his final resting place – Grover Cleveland. But that’s not all, not nearly.
Did you have any idea that such a cemetery existed in New Jersey? Have you ever been? There’s plenty to do in Princeton, so it could easily be a stop on your day trip. Visit Princeton Cemetery at 61 Nassau Street, open daily from dawn to dusk. Brochures with a map are available in a small kiosk at the Greenview Avenue entrance. The map contains a grid system with notable gravesite locations. For more to do when you visit, check out this guide to Princeton.