These pictures of Daffodil Hill will actually make you want to visit a cemetery in Cleveland

These pictures of Daffodil Hill will actually make you want to visit a cemetery in Cleveland
It's the first sign of spring when the daffodils bloom at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland. (Source: Michael Dakota)

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - If you’re not already convinced you need to get out of the house after a harsh Northeast Ohio winter here are 15 reasons to make your way to historic Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland.

Daffodil Hill is only one of the many reasons to go to Lake View Cemetery.

However, rain and colder temperatures can hold back the explosion that is spring.

The photo gallery below contains a preview of what you will see when you visit.

The cemetery opened in 1869, and was part of trend to move burial grounds out of the city into a park like atmosphere.

The historic 200 acre burial grounds is home to some of Cleveland’s most famous residents.

Lake View Cemetery is alive.

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President James Garfield also lies in state inside a 180-foot tall tomb which opened in 1890.

It's the first sign of spring when the daffodils bloom at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland.
It's the first sign of spring when the daffodils bloom at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland. (Source: Michael Dakota)

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