Established in 1929, Mount Lebanon Cemetery in Iselin, New Jersey is located near MetroPark train station and U.S. Highway 1. The 65-acre property is divided by Gill Lane, with a majestic menorah on one side and an impressive marble Bible feature on the other. Separated by a row of towering trees is Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, a non-sectarian section of Mount Lebanon Cemetery.
Mount Lebanon Cemetery consists of in-ground burial spaces in monumental and memorial park sections for those of the Jewish faith. Forest Lawn offers in-ground burial spaces in memorial park and monumental sections for all faiths. There are also Chinese and Muslim organization sections that offer their members in-ground burial in monumental sections. Forest Lawn also has an aboveground garden mausoleum.