Cemetery

Hampton Memorial Gardens

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At Hampton Memorial Gardens cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, visitors will find well-kept lawns and a variety of established trees. Situated on 66 acres, we have a long-standing commitment to the community and the many veterans and military families in the Hampton Roads area.

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Our Difference

We want you to feel confident planning a funeral for yourself or a loved one. Here are some of the unique benefits we offer to help relieve your family of emotional and financial burdens.

  • National plan transferability

  • Personal Planning Guide

  • Free online obituary

  • Price protection

  • Experts in honoring veterans

  • Away from home protection

  • Celebration of life

  • Compassion help line

  • 100% Dignity Service Guarantee

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Honoring lives

Christ Statuary at Hampton Memorial Gardens At Hampton Memorial Gardens cemetery a natural brook winds through our garden—where a bridge adds charm and provides a quiet place to reflect on memories. The center of our new Commonwealth Circle Estates features a Four Apostles monument and a monument of Jesus to honor those of Christian faith.

To better serve families, we also have a close affiliation with Parklawn-Wood Funeral Home also in Hampton, Virginia. If you would like a tour of our grounds or learn more about our funeral services, please contact one of our family service counselors.

Veterans Cemetery

Signage at Hampton Memorial GardensAs the premier Veterans' cemetery in the Hampton area, we strive to honor and serve the military members of our community, both active duty and retired. The cemetery at Hampton Memorial Gardens includes a Fallen Soldiers monument and a Field of Honor dedicated to military personnel, firefighters and police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

History

Hampton Memorial Gardens has a long, established history in Hampton, Virginia. We began in 1961, as Carver Memorial Park. When the National Cemetery in downtown Hampton closed in 1968, we changed our name to Hampton Veterans Memorial Gardens.

Over the years, we have established a long-standing commitment to our community with services for veterans and military families. We joined the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers in 1996.

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