One Of The Most Haunted Cemeteries In Ohio Is Also The Most Beautiful
Perfectly manicured grounds and rolling green hills; lily pad dotted lakes and stately trees; colorful flowers and fluttering flags as far as the eye can see. This is not a description of a botanical garden or city park; rather, this is a description of a cemetery. And not just any cemetery, but Spring Grove Cemetery, one of the most haunted cemeteries in Ohio. But don’t let the haunted lore and ghostly whispers keep you away; this Ohio cemetery — a designated National Historic Landmark — is one of the most hauntingly beautiful places in the Buckeye State.
Have you explored Spring Grove Cemetery before? It’s one of the most beautiful places in Cincinnati — and Ohio — even if it has a reputation as being one of the most haunted.
Visit Spring Grove Cemetery daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (extended summer hours can be viewed on the website); admission and parking are free and pets are prohibited.
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haunted places in Ohio
What are some of the most haunted places to go in Ohio?
The Buckeye State is filled with spooky locations. Below you'll find a list of the most haunted places in Ohio:
- Ohio State Reformatory
- The Ridges
- Hell Town
- Beaver Creek State Park
- Historic Park Hotel
- Walhalla Road
- Franklin Castle
- Moonville Tunnel
- Majestic Theatre
- Squire's Castle
- Lima Tuberculosis Hospital
From historic hotels to prisons and just about everything in between, Ohio sure has its fair share of haunted locales. Learn more about the above places when you check out our previous article outlining the most haunted and creepiest places in Ohio -- if you dare!
Are there any abandoned places in Ohio?
There's something undeniably alluring about abandoned places. Here in Ohio, you'll find plenty of them, although they're not always safe to explore. Here's a list of abandoned places in Ohio:
- Cleveland's abandoned subway
- Geauga Lake Amusement Park
- Chippewa Lake Amusement Park
- Molly Stark Hospital
- Carpenter’s Mill
- Peters Cartridge Company
- Cincinnati's abandoned subway
Learn more about the history behind these chilling abandoned places in Ohio.
What are some historic landmarks I should see in Ohio?
Ohio is absolutely brimming with history. Below you'll find a list of historic Ohio landmarks that belong on your bucket list:
- The Adena Mansion and Gardens (Chillicothe)
- Thomas A. Edison Birthplace Museum (Milan)
- The Ohio Statehouse (Columbus)
- Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial (Put In Bay)
- Fort Meigs State Memorial (Perrysburg)
- Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park (Dayton)
- Hopewell Culture National Historical Park
- Great Serpent Mound (Peebles)
- Tomb of William Henry Harrison (North Bend)
- The birthplace of Ulysses Grant (Point Pleasant)
- Rutherford B. Hayes Home (Fremont)
- James A. Garfield House (Mentor)
- Saxton-McKinley House (Canton)
- William Howard Taft National Historic Site (Cincinnati)
- Warren G. Harding Home (Marion)
Learn more about these impressive historic sites in Ohio that everyone should visit at least once.