Last week I made my way over to Mt. Auburn Cemetery, which is located in Cambridge MA right near Harvard. I dragged a friend a long who was not very pleased about spending a brilliant sunny spring day in a cemetery, but when we got there she quickly changed her mind. What you have to understand is that Mt Auburn is not like other cemeteries. It’s settled on all original landscaped and incredibly well groomed. This cemetery is host to the elite of historic Boston. All the gravestones are some sort of unique marker dedicated to that family; Mausoleums, Sphinxes, statues, sarcophagi, obelisques, and a bunch of other crazy stuff scattered all over this incredible landscape. On the highest hill there is a tower open to the public that looks like a cheese piece. Climbing up the spiral stair gives you a spectacular 360 views. There is also the grave of our school’s founder Arioch Wentworth.