At Valley Forge Memorial Gardens, we have proudly served families in the King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, community since 1915. Our cemetery property is a non-sectarian, non-denominational park comprised of 65 serene acres filled with tall trees, lovely ponds and grand statues.
- Cremation Memorials
- Crematorium On-Site
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright Headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
Many burial and cremation options
Throughout our century of service, we've responded to the evolving needs of the King of Prussia community. We provide the goods and services families today look for—whether it's traditional burial, mausoleum entombment or cremation memorialization. Level bronze memorials allow us to maintain a tranquil, park-like appearance throughout the majority of the cemetery property. Areas for upright granite monuments, cremation benches, columbarium estates and private estates allow you to design a unique feature that accommodates your family's wishes.
We honor veterans
At Valley Forge Memorial Gardens, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Three Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, our staff is knowledgeable in the benefits available to veterans and their families. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran's memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.
To honor the brave men and women who have served our country, we maintain 2 sections dedicated to veterans: The Garden of Time and Veterans Memorial Garden. An eagle monument commemorating veterans of all branches proudly stands in the Veterans Memorial Garden and a memorial bench sits in the Garden of Time.
We are proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. When you choose Valley Forge Memorial Gardens, you receive both the compassionate care you can expect from a King of Prussia-operated establishment and the value you deserve from North America’s largest provider of funeral, cremation and cemetery services.
We invite you to visit at 352 South Gulph Rd., to meet our friendly associates and take a tour of our beautiful cemetery grounds. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance or would like more information about our burial, cremation and memorialization services.
Historical Valley Forge Memorial Gardens, located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, was established in 1915 on farmland that dates back to the late 1600s. John Roberts, a Welshman, arrived in the King of Prussia area in 1682 and operated a farm and grist mill, part of which is now the site of Valley Forge Memorial Gardens. John Roberts married Elizabeth Owen, and together they had 3 children.
Founded in 1915
Several years later, the farm, which was previously known as Swamp Vrass Farm, was decreased and acreage was sold. In 1912, Judson Kerr purchased the 168-acre property and sold 81 acres to Valley Forge Cemetery Association in 1915.
Honoring our legacy
Today, we are a proud member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. At Valley Forge Memorial Gardens, we have proudly served the King of Prussia community for more than 100 years.
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"My 88 year old grandmother whom can barly walk came and they had a buggy to take her from car to seat and visversa. A sad day mad much easier by great service!"
"My father is buried there. We bought 4 more plots & volts after his passing. My son & mother all also there so some questions do not apply."
"Staff went out of their way to meet our needs!"
"What happened to the courtesy call to inform you of the headstone completion. This happened in December and as of May no call or letter"
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