Mt Moriah Cemetery
Situated on a mountainous plateau overlooking Deadwood Gulch is historic Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Established in 1878 by the Lawrence County Commission, Mt. Moriah is the final resting place of western legends, murderers, madams, and pillars of Deadwood's early economic development. The cemetery is more than just a graveyard. It offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy a Late Victorian cemetery set in the backdrop of the northern Black Hills. The paved roads in the cemetery provide an excellent opportunity to explore the site. If you are going to visit Mt. Moriah Cemetery, please set aside a minimum of one half hour to view the celebrity graves. Additional information on the history of the cemetery is located in the Mt. Moriah Cemetery Visitor Center. In addition to a fifteen minute interpretative video, feel free to peruse the interpretive panels focusing on cemetery history, native and introduced plant species, cemetery symbolism and death statistics within Deadwood from 1875 to 1900. Please remember, Mt. Moriah Cemetery is sacred place and should be treated with respect. Please take only photographs and leave nothing but memories. Cemetery Hours of Operation: Memorial Day to Mid October Open Seven Days a Week.................8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Winter Schedule Open......................Limited maintenance Visitor Center Hours of Operation: Memorial Day to Mid October Open Seven Days a Week.................8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.