Everyone knows the first signs of Spring. The grass turns green again, the colorful bulbs burst from the cold ground, people emerge from their homes and infiltrate the parks, patios and front porches in their neighborhood. Even if it is only 50 degrees, the sun is out and so are we!
With its vast and carefully-planned collection of trees and plants, Lake View Cemetery is one of the most beautiful places to experience early Spring. The colors of the lush landscape seem to change with every hill you pass over and every corner you turn.
Daffodil Hill is likely one of the most popular attractions at Lake View and for good reason. The collection of nearly 100,000 Daffodil bulbs first planted in the 1940′s only blooms for about four weeks in April. On the weekends, the hill is filled with families (and their dogs) taking pictures but is a serene and romantic refuge on a weekday afternoon.
On April 15, 7:30am-5:30pm - “Daffodil Sunday” - visitors are invited to take a self-guided walking or driving tour of the blooming springtime flowers.
Lake View Cemetery is located at 12316 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Daffodil Hill is located in sections 40 and 41.