Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum

Established as a non-profit cemetery in 1845, Spring Grove has served the community with dignity and respect for over seven generations and is a trusted part of Cincinnati’s history. Our city’s rich tradition and history is beautifully preserved among acres of towering trees, soothing lakes, and winding roadways. Cincinnati families from all walks of life including such notables as Taft, Kroger and Procter have entrusted Spring Grove to preserve their unique family history.

Spring Grove serves families representing all religions, cultures, and walks of life in a tradition of compassion, integrity, and excellence. With hundreds of undeveloped acres, Spring Grove will continue to provide future generations a place of beauty and respect to treasure the memories of those who have gone before.

Along with the renowned distinction of being the second largest cemetery in the United States, Spring Grove Cemetery is also proud if its designation as a National Historic Landmark. Spring Grove is one of only seven cemeteries to hold this national honor.

Our HistoryFloral Services
Our Heritage  Maps
Heritage Foundation      Our Officers
Notable BurialsPhoto and Video Gallery 
Cremation 

Obituaries

Daniel Ribar, 77
Born: Thursday, October 22, 1942
Died: Friday, February 21, 2020

Shirley Park, 92
Born: Friday, June 10, 1927
Died: Thursday, February 20, 2020

Bernice Waller, 89
Born: Tuesday, September 09, 1930
Died: Thursday, February 20, 2020

Ruth Marietta Cunningham, 77
Born: Wednesday, September 09, 1942
Died: Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Elspeth Geier, 89
Born: Thursday, March 20, 1930
Died: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Upcoming Events

Feb 25Grief to Peace / Tri County
Mar 07 - Mar 07Owl Prowl
Mar 17Grief to Peace / Spring Grove
Mar 22Pruning Seminar
Mar 24Grief to Peace / Tri County
Mar 26Opening Day Parade
Mar 29Caracole 5K
Apr 12Easter Sunrise Service / Spring Grove
Apr 12Easter Sunrise Service / Oak Hill
Apr 16 - Apr 16Twilight Tour / April