Memorial Park

  • East Campus

    The East Side campus is the most historic area of Cypress Lawn, as it was the first part of the cemetery to open back in the 1800s. Our treasured Noble Chapel, which is named after our founder, is also located here.

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  • West Campus

    The West Side gardens are home to a number of historic monuments, including our Laurel Hill garden, which is the final resting place for over 35,000 pioneers of San Francisco who were reinterred from the Laurel Hill Cemetery.

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  • Hillside Gardens

    Our Hillside Gardens is the newest addition to our Memorial Park, crowned by Cypress Lawn’s signature archway — a centerpiece of stunning architecture — accompanied by beautiful, serene lakes.

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  • Olivet Gardens

    Olivet Gardens, located next to the Hillside Gardens, has been in existence for over a century. Known as the “Cemetery of All Faiths,” the facility occupies 65 acres and is where 100,000 people are laid to rest.

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  • Trolley Tours

    We offer free docent-led tours of our Memorial Park through the use of a climate-controlled trolley. Sign up for a tour today!

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  • Arboretum

    Cypress Lawn is proud to be the home of an internationally recognized Arboretum and Botanical Garden – a place of serenity and beauty.

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  • Preservation

    Cypress Lawn is a unique institution that has been cherished for over a century. We’re dedicated to ensuring it will serve future generations too.

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