Omaha's Pioneer Cemetery, founded in 1858, is one of Nebraska's oldest cemeteries, a Nebraska State Historical Site, and a Nebraska Statewide Arboretum Site
Check out the line-up of Fall, 2019 tours of Prospect Hill Cemetery. Learn more about the famous - and the infamous - interred at Prospect Hill Cemetery at 33rd & Parker. Visit www.historywalksnebraska.com for more information.
Our Adopt-A-Plot program is a perfect service opportunity to help the cemetery keep up on maintenance and keep the cemetery looking great. We are looking for volunteers or groups to adopt certain sections of the cemetery to visit every two to three weeks and maintain from May through August. Specific information can be found under "Contact" on the Adopt-A-Plot page. On that is a map that highlights the different sections of the cemetery that are up for adoption. If you have read through everything and would love to help contact either Dave Harding, as listed in the document, or the Prospect Hill Contact email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This past week, September 4, 2017, a memorial bench was installed near the center of the cemetery.
Linda Meigs donated this memorial bench to Prospect Hill Cemetery in memory of her late son and husband.
A Special Place
Now Linda and her family have a special place on Memorial Day to remember their loved ones.
Prospect Hill Cemetery and Arboretum • 3202 Parker Street • Omaha, NE 68111 • (402) 556-6057
Hours • Dusk-Dawn for most of the year. We recommend that you call ahead to verify hours.