More than 200,000 visitors of all ages and nationalities come to Oak Hill each year to visit those buried here, a commune in nature and to explore new territory in the heart of one of Washington's most historic neighborhoods, Georgetown. Come see for yourself what makes Oak Hill a national treasure!
To start your exploration, we invite you to check out the interactive map of our 25 acres and approximately 20,000 interred. Our map will help you find our key attractions and our most notable figures.
Oak Hill Cemetery is easily accessible by car, bike and public transportation. Our gates are open to the public every day of the year (with the exception of some holidays), although hours of operation vary with the seasons. Admission is always free.
Visit us by car, bike, or public transportation. We welcome visitors in all seasons. We look forward to hosting group tours. Bringing a large group from Michigan? Consider a tour of the historic Oak Hill. We can accommodate groups of all ages and interests.
Floral Tribute Regulations
We welcome wreaths and flowers in the cemetery. Before visiting Oak Hill to lay your gift for your loved one, we ask that you read over our floral tribute regulations.