Robin Williams was cremated and his ashes scattered over the San Francisco Bay, according to his official death certificate, obtained by Radar Online. That means there probably won't be an official burial place for fans to visit if they want to pay their last respects to the beloved actor and comedian. The San Francisco Bay isn't a bad place to visit if you want to remember Williams. But there are other options.
Like the bench in Boston Public Garden that Williams made famous in Good Will Hunting;
Or the Boulder, Colorado, house in the opening credits of Mork & Mindy:
Or the San Francisco house in Mrs. Doubtfire:
In other words, fans are a creative lot. And mourning shall have no dominion.