Thomas Hooker, founder of Hartford, is buried here, as is John Haynes, first governor of Connecticut, and assorted Wadsworths and Leetes and Ledyards. People who drowned in the Connecticut River are buried here, and babies, and whole families together.
Located between the shiny 1970s Gold Building and the 1806 Center Church, which cast dappled light and reflections at one another in the sun, it's a concentrated shot of history within an already historic city.
If you're in Hartford, you should go.
(More pictures are here.)