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Visiting Crown Hill is like traveling back in time.  When you set foot on this beautiful stretch of land, you’ll want to explore this vibrant, cultural and historical space, that tells the story of our city, state and country.   It’s a place to find stunning pieces of art in memorials bearing such names as Lilly, Riley, Ralston and Harrison.

It’s a home to several species of trees and a sanctuary to wildlife that runs throughout the grounds.  Crown Hill is a home for history, a resting place for loved ones and a cultural landmark. There are many natural and historical treasures to find within these sacred grounds.

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Crown Hill is a home for history, a resting place for loved ones and a cultural landmark.

There are plenty of natural and historical treasures to find within these sacred grounds:

  • 130 different species of trees.
  • The Gothic Chapel, built in 1875, Waiting Station and Gothic Gate, built in 1885.
  • Notable people burials including President Benjamin Harrison, poet James Whitcomb Riley, Col. Eli Lilly, movie actor James Baskett and gangster John Dillinger.