You can go see the historically significant hidden gem in Revere between now and December 1. Several of Revere’s early important residents are buried there, including preachers, businessmen, soldiers, enslaved people, and relatives of John Winthrop, a major figure in Massachusetts history.
A trip to Rumney Marsh Burial Ground, where even the building shows the ancient craft of colonial stone carving, would be beneficial for anyone interested in New England history.
The gates are open daily at 9am and are supposed to close at 4pm, but as the weather becomes better, they stay open until dusk. Visit the cemetery on Facebook, Instagram, and their website, rmbgrc.org, to learn more about it!