Shawna Bell - BurialPlanning.com
October 19, 2016
For those making end-of-life decisions, choosing a breathtaking cemetery can be a source of solace. It’s comforting to choose a beautiful final resting place, because you know that the picturesque environment will provide loved ones with an opportunity to visit and express their remembrances in peace.
This month, we wanted to take the time to showcase a few beautiful cemeteries in Pennsylvania.
The Cedar Hill Memorial Park cemetery in Allentown, Pennsylvania has a rich history. A short trip north from Philadelphia, the park was established in 1945, and today displays over 2,600 American flags placed at veteran’s graves.
Throughout the park, the gardens are impeccably landscaped, offering peace and beauty for those who rest here and their visiting loved ones.
Cedar Hill Memorial park offers a range of burial services, including in-ground burial, lawn crypts, a mausoleum, benches, cremation scatter gardens, and family estates.
For more information about scenic Cedar Hill Memorial park, visit this page.
The Sunset Hill Memorial Gardens are as picturesque as their name implies. Set in the woods of Cranberry, Pennsylvania, this beautiful cemetery features a clean and consistent look that is accented by imported Italian marble statues.
The grounds are bordered by lush forest on two sides, providing picturesque views of trees and wildlife that are native to the area. Monuments and flush markers adorn the area, providing a pastoral landscape for loved ones to express their remembrances of those who rest here.
For those considering their burial options, Sunset Hill Memorial Gardens offers services including in-ground burials, cremation burials, a cremation rock section, mausoleums, and lawn crypts.
View more information about this breathtaking Pennsylvania cemetery here.
Bethlehem Memorial Park is also located a short distance north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This Pennsylvania cemetery is known for its memorial honoring local volunteer fireman. There is also a Civil War veteran interred on the grounds.
Established in 1917, the cemetery offers a breathtaking garden setting with serene views of the Eastern Pennsylvania countryside. American flags mark veteran gravesites, and aboveground markers commemorate the lives of loved ones who are laid to rest in this beautiful park.
Bethlehem Memorial Park services include traditional in-ground burial, cremation, lawn crypts, mausoleums, family estates, and a pet cemetery for those who wish to lay their animal friends to rest.
To learn more about this cemetery, visit this page.
Looking for more breathtaking Pennsylvania cemeteries? Find the right resting place, and give your loved ones the gift of a beautiful place to remember you.
After all, there is nothing more beautiful than the gift of a legacy. Learn how pre-planning can make burial affordable and worry-free for the ones you love with our free informational kit.
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