Springfield National Cemetery

Heroes from all wars are buried in the Springfield National Cemetery, including a Revolutionary War soldier and hundreds of Civil War soldiers killed during the Battle of Pea Ridge, the Battle of Wilson’s Creek and the Battle of Springfield. Several special monuments stand in memoriam to fallen heroes, the earliest of which was erected in 1888 in memory of General Nathaniel Lyon, who was killed at the Battle of Wilson’s Creek.
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1702 E. Seminole St.
Springfield, MO 65804

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Open Year-round
ADA Fully Compliant
No Smoking

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