St. Anthony’s Cemetery

St. Anthony’s Cemetery is a small oasis in the midst of northeast Minneapolis, most known for the majestic oak trees found throughout this historic cemetery.

The 13-acre property of St. Anthony’s cemetery is found in the heart of Minneapolis and was originally opened as a parish cemetery by St. Anthony’s Parish. Since 1857, St. Anthony’s has come under the care of The Catholic Cemeteries and has had nearly 14,000 burials. 

Both a historic and a proud neighborhood cemetery, there are still locations available for both cremation and full body burials. Featuring historical flair and urban convenience, St. Anthony’s cemetery is a welcomed place to visit for a walk or reflection, located in the heart of its local community. St. Anthony’s is managed and maintained by Gethsemane Cemetery

St. Anthony’s belongs to its neighborhood, and is a place where the community can keep their loved ones nearby in this familiar, historical place beneath towering oak trees.

Dave Kemp, Previous Strategic Planning and Projects Manager



7 days a week, from dawn to dusk.

St. Anthony’s Cemetery is managed and maintained by Gethsemane Cemetery.
Gethesemane office hours are
Monday – Friday: 8 am – 4:30 pm.


2730 Central Ave NE,
Minneapolis, MN  55418

Send mail c/o Gethsemane Cemetery,
8151 42nd Ave N
New Hope, MN 55427



From Interstate 94 in Minneapolis, exit on Lowry Ave. N to Central Ave. and head north. From I-694 exit on Central Ave. and go south.