NEW YORK MARBLE CEMETERY - SCHEDULE & MAP
41 1/2 Second Avenue

The Cemetery is open at least once a month, April through October.  There is no shelter, so if the weather is unpleasant, please take a raincheck until the next month.  Owners, neighbors, and researchers are all welcome.  Walking tours and other large groups must make arrangements in advance.   

Schedule for 2017

Please mark your calendars for the Open Gate Days this next season - Generally they will be Sunday, 12noon-4pm, unless otherwise noted.

We are going to try for two open days each month this year but will be flexible if we get a rental request or there is bad weather, so keep your eyes on the website to confirm before you come. .

Sunday, April 2

Sunday, April 16 - Easter

Saturday, April 29

Sunday, April 30 - Owners Meeting 1-4pm

Sunday, May 14 - Mothers Day

Sunday, May 21

Sunday, June 4

Sunday, June 18 - Fathers Day

Sunday, July 16

Sunday, July 30

Sunday, August 13

Sunday, August 27

Sunday, September 10

Sunday, September 24

Saturday, October 14 - Open House New York - all day

Sunday, October 15 - Open House New York - all day.

For descendants who will be in town at other times, please let us know ahead so that we can make arrangements.  Contact tours@marblecemetery.org.  For a special visit, please consider a donation.

The Cemetery is available for rental for appropriate events, which are considered on a case-by-case basis.  Contact events@marblecemetery.org.

The Cemetery is in the East Village, just east of Greenwich Village and north of the Lower East Side.  Find parking on the side streets or at the Central Parking Garage, 11 East 1st Street.  The closest subway stops are the F and V trains at Lower East Side / Second Avenue and the # 6 train at Bleecker & Lafayette.  The Cemetery's gate is on Second Avenue, back at the building line - don't walk past!   Our next-door neighbor, Provenzano-Lanza, 43 Second Avenue, has a prominent tan awning over its sidewalk.  Please look for that.

Please bear in mind that the Cemetery's entrance is on Second Avenue, not on East 2nd Street.