Stonewall Memory Gardens stands as a generations-old cemetery in Manassas, Virginia. Here, the history of Bull Run meets the modern and sophisticated taste of Northern Virginia, with green lawns and elegant monuments to create the perfect place for reflection.
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Welcome to our Manassas cemetery
As you walk into our 85-acre cemetery in the foothills of the Bull Run Mountains, the tranquil Lake of Time welcomes guests with the majestic Fountain of Life at its center. Stroll our verdant grounds lined by antique trees, and you’ll notice well-manicured gardens dotted by bright flowers.
Your perfect personal legacy
In addition to traditional ground burials, we feature distinctive options for those seeking to leave a lasting legacy. Six community mausoleums offer the timeless strength of stone in an above-ground burial. Columbarium niches provide dedicated space, with available adjacent areas for family. In our gardens, private estates offer families the unique reassurance of one central gathering place for future generations to reflect.
We proudly serve families of all faiths, beliefs, cultures and backgrounds, with an expanded area dedicated to those of the Islamic faith. Bull Run Mausoleum was constructed as a living memorial to the gallant men who gave their lives on this hallowed land.
We honor veterans
At Stonewall Memory Gardens, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level One 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.
Call on us, day or night
We consider it an honor to serve families from Sudley Springs to Canova. Please reach out to us if you need immediate assistance with burial arrangements in Manassas, or if we can arrange a personal tour of our cemetery grounds.
A historic cemetery in Manassas
W. Franklin Hibbs established Stonewall Memory Gardens in 1951. Located on the former Henry Dogan plantation known as Peach Grove Plantation, the Manassas National Battlefield Park surrounds us on all 4 sides. Portions of the cemetery were used in the opening of the Second Battle of Manassas, Bull Run, on the evening of August 28, 1862. Two other historic properties, Dogan Cemetery and M.E. Dogan House, stand in the park.
Today, Stonewall Memory Gardens continues to expand and provide distinctive options for those seeking burial in Manassas. Please know we'll be here with a supportive and compassionate approach whenever you need us.
"We were very pleased with getting the help we needed done timely, and our overall feeling of security for the final resting place of our loved one."
"A good place to go."
"Our family has used this cemetery more times than i can count, each time was great and we felt like we were all family working together."
"All my remaining family arrangements have already been made w/ stonewall memory gardens"
"Used this cemetary because my father, spouse of deceased was already buried there and we had the plot for my mom."