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Walk with the dead at Riverview Cemetery

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photo courtesy of City of Clarksville

Clarksville’s Riverview Cemetery is almost as old as Clarksville itself. The cemetery, overlooking the Cumberland River, has existed since 1800 when Valentine Sevier donated the land and where he was the first person buried.
The Clarksville Customs House Museum and Cultural Center will offer a walking tour on Sept. 30, Oct. 14 and Oct. 28 from 10 to 11 a.m. Actors in period clothing will portray the deceased along the trails of the cemetery.
Participants will hear the life stories of those who repose there. Each tour will take approximately one-and-a-half hours. Tours begin at 3 p.m. and new tour will start every 30 minutes through 7 p.m.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and space is extremely limited. Registration opens August 28 at customshousemuseum.org.
Tickets for adults 13 and up are $15. Youth tickets for ages 8 to 13 are $7. The program is not recommended for children under eight. Strollers and pets are not permitted.
For more information, visit https://customshousemuseum.org/event/historic-riverview-cemetery-walking-tours/.