A matching (even older) stone mortuary nestles into the bank just behind it.
|Glenwood's 1901 chapel|
I have always been drawn to Glenwood, escaping here for walks on visits home in my university days, when the small red brick town closed in. I didn't realize then that I was so calmed because Victorian garden cemetery designers planned it that way.
|peaceful pathways lead to peaceful thoughts|
|August Victorian memorials|
|ancestors - mine, in this case|
|Masonic mysteries in stained glass|
|the City of the Dead|
A visit to local historian Peter Lockyer's History Moments Series I history vignettes will give you a mini-tour, to help you plan your visit.
Glenwood's cemetery manager and certified celebrant, Helma Oonk, will give you a tour, and assist you to plan eternity, should you wish.
|forever At Home in Upper Canada|
|have a sit and a think|
|the grounds-keeper's home, shorn of Victorian features|
|a defunct water feature from 1910|
|an illustrious inhabitant of the City of the Dead|