Burial & Monument Info
Schedule an appointment or pay us a visit to learn more about the services and products we offer and general costs and procedures associated with traditional burial, cremation interment and memorialization.
Please know that we sell a large variety of monuments and plaques as well!
We have a robust history as rich as "Hip & Historic" Frederick, Maryland! Learn about the cemetery and those buried here in Mount Olivet's weekly "Stories in Stone" blog!
An archive of nearly 200 past articles (full versions) can be found on our sister website www.mountolivethistory.com, while new editions are published weekly on our Facebook site. Please follow us:
Mount Olivet Cemetery (Frederick, MD)
FSK Live Cam
Welcome to our live webcam feed.
This view shows the Francis Scott Key gravesite and monument at the front of historic Mount Olivet Cemetery in Frederick, Maryland. The vantage point is taken looking west from high atop the Superintendent's House (located by the front gate of the cemetery.)
Beautiful and Historic
Mount Olivet Cemetery
View our grounds boasting over 40,000 interments (connected by 8 miles of roadway) with our Interactive 360 Virtual Tour of Mount Olivet powered by Google Street View
Navigating the Cemetery
Upon entering follow the path to the left and continue back until you see our main building
We Understand This is a Difficult Process
If you would like someone from our staff to contact you leave you name, phone number, or email and one of our team will be in touch with you soon.
"STORIES IN STONE"
What is the dash between the birth and death dates on each monument?
A weekly blog featuring tales and biographies of those buried here in historic Mount Olivet Cemetery. These are written by Mount Olivet's historian and preservation manager, Chris Haugh, an award-winning researcher, author, documentarian and presenter of Frederick County, Maryland history.
Frederick's Other City
Mount Olivet Cemetery proudly welcome tourists and family historians intent on exploring the grounds, varied grave monuments and most importantly, the 40,000+ magnificent stories of "lives once lived."
A self-guided tour is available, and wayside interpretive panels assist in presenting background on the cemetery and notable individuals residing within. Special history walking tours of the cemetery are offered as well as lecture presentations
Become a Friend Of Mount Olivet
The “Friends” group and related activities are designed to generate awareness, enthusiasm and fundraising opportunities through engaging and entertaining educational programs, special events and anniversary commemorations. Stewardship for the future of this hallowed ground is paramount, as we will continue to raise funds for signature reparation projects and increase our documented record through additional historical and genealogical research and documentation.