Phil Comer will lead this fall's Ramble on Sunday, October 29 starting at 2:00PM at the main gate of Rose Hill Cemetery. "Something Old and Something New" will take visitors by some of the oldest burials in the cemetery, including the Old Hebrew Burial ground. Other sites of interest on the route include the Woolfolks, Gregg and Duane Allman, and Berry Oakley.
To participate in the Ramble, visitors need to be able to stand continuously for at least 1.5 hours and walk over uneven terrain. The Ramble is open to the public.
$5 or free for Friends of Rose Hill Cemetery. Join the Friends of Rose Hill today to attend for free!
Historic Macon and the Friends of Rose Hill host Rose Hill Rambles every October and April.