Evergreen Cemetery Walking Tour

Led by Resident Storytellers, Steve Goldstein and Joe Walker, this
tour explores one of Los Angeles’ oldest cemeteries. Built in 1877,
Evergreen existing cemetery in the city of Los Angeles; it is one of
the city’s largest cemeteries, with 300,000 gravesites. Cost: FREE
but reservations are required by calling 213-229-8890

 

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