The Protestant Cemetery, also called Agram Cemetery is one of the oldest burial places in Bangalore. The cemetery largely fell under neglect, but has been saved and guarded by Admiral Dawson. It lies near Reserve Police Parade Grounds, off Trinity road.
Covering an area of 4.8 acres, the cemetery is said to contain a total of 842 graves out of which 380 can be counted. The cemetery was used in the 18th century to bury soldiers, artists and other Christians of the era. The latest grave is found to be laid in 1991 and belongs to Major Kapur, while the oldest was laid in 1808. The cemetery is open to all visitors on Thursdays and Sundays with permission from ASC Officers Mess. The cemetery is characterized by two pillars soaring 40 feet and it is interesting to read the inscriptions on the brass and stone epitaphs on the grave.