People visiting Dardistown Cemetery near Dublin Airport will have to pay a €2 parking fee from next month.
It's to discourage illegal dumping and those who park on the grounds all day for free.
The Herald report that the new charge will come into effect from Tuesday 2nd May.
The Glasnevin Trust charity, which operates the cemetery, said the graveyard has been used as an illegal dumping site for household waste including fridges, freezers and mattresses.
Visitors can still park for free outside the cemetery grounds, while anyone with a disabled pass can park for free inside the new gates.