Depending on who you ask, death is the most heartbreaking — or most fun — thing that can happen to your sims in The Sims 4. After you play through several generations and households, you end up with a lot of gravestones and urns. But excluding a house fire, where else can your sims interact with death? If you’re looking for the tranquility of a local graveyard, there are only a handful of places to find them in The Sims 4.
The Sims 4 graveyard locations
There are only two graveyards in all of The Sims 4, and unfortunately for base-game players, they are DLC only. The two Sims 4 graveyards come from Cats and Dogs and Snowy Escape. Their names are Deadgrass Isle Cemetary and Senbamachi Graveyard. Neither graveyard is very large nor are they their own locations. However, you can find each of them in major world locations. In Brindeton Bay, the cemetery can be found near the museum and lighthouse of Deadgrass Isle. Meanwhile, in Mt. Komorebi the Senbamachi neighborhood houses the titular graveyard.
Also, while the graves are not interactive, The Sims 4 Vampires DLC does have a lot of spooky and morbid iconography in its designs and in its center plaza.
Can you create a graveyard in The Sims 4?
No, you cannot make a specific named lot to create a graveyard. Specific named lots only include things like museums, parks, etc. This means that even in Deadgrass Isle Cemetary or Senbamachi Graveyard, you can’t add your own graves. However, you can use the graves of your dead sims and your creativity to create a functional graveyard — likely out of a Park lot. It can become the perfect place for your sims to meditate, stroll, and mourn their dead.