Thousands of people have been buried at Brompton Cemetery since it opened in 1840. Discover Brompton’s top points of interest and famous graves.
Many of the symbols found in cemeteries and graveyards represent rebirth, resurrection, or the natural cycle between birth and death. Explore some of those found around Brompton Cemetery.
Take a leisurely 30-minute stroll through the historic Brompton Cemetery and unearth the hidden world of invertebrates! A path-based trail suitable for buggies and wheelchair-users.
The gothic splendour of Brompton Cemetery has been irresistible to many film-makers. The elaborate Victorian gravestones and buildings have been the backdrop for period dramas, romantic comedies and thrillers.
Between 2018 and 2019, On the Record buried themselves in a little house within Brompton Cemetery. This two-part documentary is about the Londoners who work, love, and dream among the gravestones.
Brompton Cemetery is full of stories, and to coincide with LGBT History Month we're highlighting those buried here who we would identify today as members of the LGBTQ+ community.