FDR is one of several presidents who came full circle – that is, they were buried on the same grounds on which they were born.
Silent Cal is in the running for having the most beautiful final resting place of any president.
President Harding once said he hoped to be the best loved. He had a pretty good claim to being the best-loved dead president.
It's hard to believe, but it's true. The grave of the 28th President of the United States is outshone on a daily basis by a gargoyle of Darth Vader.
McKinley's tomb is on a massive hill, towering over Canton like a colossus.
Young's Memorial Cemetery is a small, steep spot on the way to TR's house, known today as the Sagamore Hill National Historic Site.
Taft is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. So is John F. Kennedy, and unfortunately for Mr. Taft his younger, more handsome successor gets all the attention
It's fitting that everything about the Dude President's final resting place is exquisite.
Hayes's tomb isn't the biggest in the state, but there's something big to see in Fremont nonetheless.
Visit the grave on nonconsecutive occasions. It's Grover Cleveland, you have to do it that way.