Golden Gate National Cemetery
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Golden Gate National Cemetery is a congressionally authorized cemetery for military veterans and their families that rests on the same 161 acres of land on which it was built in 1941. A number of notable veterans are buried here, including Admiral Chester Nimitz and the 24 black sailors who died while loading ammunition on the Liberty ships in the 1944 Port Chicago explosion. More than a dozen Medal of Honor recipients are also buried at the cemetery.
1300 Sneath Ln, San Bruno, CA 94066
- Fax: 650-873- 6578
- Hours: Visitation hours: daily, 8am - 5pm. Office hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 4:30pm. Office closed on federal holidays except Memorial Day and Veterans Day.
- Accessible: yes