Mill Road Cemetery was created and consecrated in 1848 to provide more burial space for the city centre parishes. It is now full. It is still consecrated and owned by the parishes, and maintained as a churchyard and open space by Cambridge City Council. It is an English Heritage Grade II listed site, with several listed monuments and war graves. There are public art installations by Gordon Young, on the theme of birds and birdsong. It is always open.
Explore the website, and see the notice boards and interpretation panels in the cemetery for further information.
What you can do;
Visit the cemetery - remember those who have died - enjoy the green space, plants and wildlife - look out for the artwork - walk or sit - study the graves and local history - join the Friends of Mill Road Cemetery - explore the parish churches in the city that have plots in the cemetery.