From movies to documentaries to weddings, the breathtaking grounds of Cedar Hill Memorial Park Cemetery are a sight to behold. With much of Cedar Hill's one hundred-fifty acres covered in oak, dogwood, cherry blossoms, and maple trees, the well maintained grounds are beautiful and serene. With its professional staff and their commitment to quality, caring service, Cedar Hill Cemetery is a place where those at rest are properly memorialized and their lives honored.
Just a short drive from the nation's capital of Washington, D.C., Cedar Hill Cemetery is located in Suitland, Maryland. Formerly known as the Nonesuch Plantation, Cedar Hill dates back to 1893 and still has many historical reminders on its grounds. With the oldest gravestone dating back to 1871, Cedar Hill is also where victims of the 1906 Terra Cotta Railroad wreck are buried.
Cedar Hill offers a variety of interment options on its nature filled grounds. From mausoleum crypts, lawn crypts, burial lots, niches, to cremations, Cedar Hill strives to offer a wide selection of burial choices. Cedar Hill also offers graveside services and even a pet section for those who wish to have their beloved animals buried in the same location.
From the two bridges that overlook the ponds to the shade trees scattered about, Cedar Hill is a place where nature and tranquility meet. At Cedar Hill, remembering loved ones and giving them the respect they deserve along with providing a place for family and friends to visit is the number one priority.