Mount Olivet Cemetery/Francis Scott Key Monument

515 S Market St, Frederick, MD 21701 Get Directions
Phone: 301-662-1164
Mount Olivet Cemetery-Anthem and Author Reunited
Established in 1854, features the gravesites of Francis Scott Key, National Anthem author;  Barbara Fritchie, heroine of John Greenleaf Whittier's poem and Thomas Johnson, first governor of Maryland.
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January 24, 2017
Wendy B
We came here after visiting Monocacy Battlefield when we saw Francis Scott Key was buried here. What we found was a historic cemetery extremely well laid out and planned with many different sights...
January 5, 2017
Mount Olivet Cemetery is the final resting place of Francis Scott Key and visitor can not miss the Key Monument at the entrance to the Cemetery. And I dare say that many visitors make the Key...
January 3, 2017
We run through this huge cemetery all the time but recently went on a candlight tour. Our guide was very friendly and excellent at what he does. We learned all about the history behind the cemetry...