Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Mirabelle Card

Designed in 1847 by noted architect John Notman of Philadelphia, Hollywood Cemetery is known as a garden cemetery, a landscape style that became popular in the 19th century. Located on the banks of the James River in the state capital of Virginia, the cemetery spans 135 acres of valleys, hills, and stately trees. More than a cemetery, this spectacular outdoor museum is a living story in stone, iron, and landscape. Local stories involve both a vampire in residence and the Iron Dog, guarding the grave of a young girl, that is always covered in trinkets and is rumored to change directions when you pass by. Thanks to our pals at The Adventures of Mirabelle for making this for us. Blank inside.