• The Stewart Mausoleum: Bronze bas-relief angels by Augustus-Saint Gaudens planking the door to the mausoleum designed by architect Stanford White
  • The DeWitt Clinton Monument by Henry Kirke Brown: Monumental bronze inspired by Classical sculpture memorializing DeWitt Clinton; New York City mayor, New York State governor, and the man behind the Erie Canal
  • Precious Georgie by Charles Calverley: Marble bas-relief of four year-old Georgie, son of Brooklyn preacher Theodore Ledyard Cuyler
  • Azrael, The Angel of Death by Solon Borglum: Striking sculpture of a bowing robed figure marking the grave of Brooklyn Mayor Charles Schieren
  • The Arch by Richard Upjohn & Son: Gothic Revival archway marking the Cemetery’s Main Entrance, featuring three ornate spires, two passages, and four tympanums with sculpture by John Moffitt
  • The Historic Chapel by Warren & Wetmore: Constructed on the site of one of Green-Wood’s glacial ponds, Arbor Water, the Historic Chapel was completed in 1912 to accommodate memorial services
  • The Four Ages by John Moffitt: Relief sculptures adorning the Fort Hamilton Gatehouse depicting four stages of life: infancy, youth, adulthood, and old age
  • Minerva and the Altar to Liberty: A monument erected in 1920 to the soldiers who died on that spot during the Battle of Brooklyn, August 2, 1776