Funeral, Cremation & Cemetery

Laurel Land Funeral Home & Memorial Park


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When the time comes to plan a funeral, working with teams you trust to take care of your needs and wishes goes a long way. At Laurel Land Funeral Home and Laurel Land Memorial Park in Fort Worth, Texas, that’s exactly what we offer.

Laurel Land Funeral Home sits on the grounds of Laurel Land Memorial Park, allowing you to plan a funeral, cremation, memorial and burial at sister locations. Whether you have an immediate need to make arrangements for someone you love or you wish to plan ahead, we are here for you 24/7. The compassionate, caring teams of experienced funeral home and cemetery professionals will guide you through the entire process.




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One of Fort Worth’s finest funeral homes

Sitting area at Laurel Land FH - Ft WorthLocated in south Tarrant County, Laurel Land Funeral Home saw an extensive renovation that updated every aspect of the space. With many features to accommodate family and friends, it is a comfortable place to plan and host a memorial service.

When you walk through the door, you are welcomed into a lovely greeting area with an open staircase. The funeral home also includes intimate family rooms, a reception room for catered events and Memorial Chapel, which seats 250 guests and has state-of-the-art audio-visual capabilities.

Personalized funerals and memorials

Our funeral team includes bilingual staff and a funeral celebrant, and is comprised of experienced, compassionate professionals who listen to what you say and execute with exquisite care. We believe unique lives deserve unique celebrations. Our experienced staff knows just how to create your vision or bring your loved one's final wishes to reality. We offer everything from a traditional funeral to a modern celebration of life.

Personal touches can be small—photo displays, multimedia tributes and personal playlists are common—or more elaborate. We could hang a cross behind the casket, have a kayak at the front door, give out cotton candy at the end of the service or have our team wear Cowboys jerseys. And if it's a grand celebration of life that you're looking for—a modern gathering with themed decor, live music, favorite food and drinks, and a send-off that reflects the personality and passions of yourself or your loved one—that's our speciality.

These are just a few ideas. Let's imagine something special together.

Here to serve you

Chapel at Laurel Land FH - Ft WorthLaurel Land Funeral Home and Laurel Land Memorial Park in Fort Worth are proud members of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and burial providers. We offer quality, compassionate care and service you can trust.

Please contact us for more information, including details about planning a funeral ahead of time.

Laurel Land Memorial Park cemetery

Pearl Harbor Memorial feature at Laurel Land Memorial Park - DallasLaurel Land Memorial Park opened in the early 1920s. The memorial park was originally named Park Lawn Cemetery. With nearly 100 developed acres and 50 undeveloped acres, the cemetery has plenty of space to accommodate families for years to come. Today, there are more than 35,000 people are buried at Laurel Land Memorial Park.

Picturesque cemetery grounds in Fort Worth

With mature trees, sweeping green lawns and thoughtful statues throughout, Laurel Land Memorial Park features well-maintained grounds that create a serene spot to remember and reflect. Much of the marble used for the statues was sourced from the same Italian quarry that Michelangelo used for his masterful works.

Among the picturesque lawns and 45 gardens are 2 areas honoring veterans, 2 masonic gardens and several areas for upright markers. There are many choices for memorialization, including traditional ground burial, indoor or outdoor mausoleum entombment, a cremation garden and prestigious family estates.

As the name implies, it is a peaceful, park-like property. Though Laurel Land Memorial Park has been chosen as the final resting place for notables including a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, professional football player, an actor and even a famed billiards player, the cemetery is for people of all cultures, backgrounds and faiths. We are a cemetery for all.

Many memorial options

Garden of Ascension at Laurel Land Memorial Park - DallasWhether you choose in-ground interment, above-ground entombment or inurnment, Laurel Land Memorial Park offers a burial choice that honors your beliefs and traditions.

Each of the cemetery’s 45 gardens—with names like Last Supper, Rock of Ages and Resurrection—has unique characteristics. The Psalms Garden is reserved for cremated remains. Babyland, for infant and youth burials, stretches along the north end of the cemetery.

There are gardens reserved for flat markers and others for upright monuments. Located in the southeast corner of Laurel Land Memorial Park and one of the property's newer gardens, the Garden of Reflections was built to accommodate an array of burial options, including traditional side-by-side ground burials, lawn-crypts and columbaria. The focal point of the garden is a lovely trellis and water feature.

Chapel of Chimes

A replica of St. Paul’s Church in Mount Vernon, New York, where a trial was held that led to the freedom of the press, the Chapel of Chimes was constructed in 1953 as a crematorium and chapel. With an exterior of Texas limestone, the building underwent extensive remodeling and was rededicated as a chapel only in February 1993. It seats 65 guests for a funeral or memorial. Its bells toll softly from dawn to dusk.

New in 2019, the Chapel of Chimes cremation garden lies right next to the structure. It includes options for semiprivate columbarium, slanted ground markers, pedestal and park benches, and niche-front columns.

Please visit us

Laurel Land Memorial Park is a beautiful perpetual care cemetery. We invite you to tour the property either on your own or with one of our team members as your guide. We are happy to show you around.


Laurel Land opened in the 1920s as a 25-acre cemetery called Park Lawn.The Widner-Roberts family purchased the cemetery in 1942 and built the Widner family mausoleum. The park was taken over by the Roberts side of the family sometime in the late ’50s. The funeral home was built at the cemetery in 1980. The Roberts owned the property until 1986, when it was sold to Stewart Inc.

In 2013, Laurel Land Funeral Home and Laurel Land Memorial Park became members of the Dignity Memorial network of service providers.

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In 1980, Laurel Land Funeral Home was built on the grounds of Laurel Land Memorial Park. Today, Laurel Land Funeral Home and Laurel Land Memorial Park are members of the Dignity Memorial® network of service providers.

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