Established in 1951 as a private perpetual care cemetery in Oklahoma City, Arlington Memorial Gardens offers you distinctive burial options to meet your style. Located on more than 80 acres, this beautiful cemetery resides on a gentle hill in the eastern part of Oklahoma City.
- Cremation Memorials
- Crematorium On-Site
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright Headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
Peaceful burial grounds
After more than half a century, Arlington Memory Gardens provides a special place for families to honor their loved ones. Our commitment to professional integrity and outstanding service for families is the cornerstone of who we are at Arlington Memory Gardens.
Traditional in-ground burial joins above-ground entombment to mark 2 classic choices. Family estates provide the reassurance of a central gathering point for future generations to meet in reflection. Quiet gardens and classic art features offer peaceful tranquility for those visiting the traditional gardens.
Cremation, mausoleum choices
If you prefer cremation, consider our 2 cremation gardens, our garden mausoleum or wall niches in the Chapel Mausoleum. Our Chapel Mausoleum at Arlington Memorial Gardens provides more than a climate-controlled space for memorial or committal services. Host a before-service or post-ceremony reception for family and friends in our chapel, or plan a family reunion to enjoy the Oklahoma sunshine and fresh air.
Honoring military, families
Two dedicated gardens honor our nation’s military veterans with features to mark their service to our country. Duster, an M42A1 tank, stands guard over a black granite memorial donated by The Military Order of the World Wars. Two additional memorials in the center of the main entrance at Arlington Memorial Gardens are dedicated to families that lost loved ones in the Murrah Federal Building bombing and those tragically lost on September 11, 2001.
Visit our cemetery
We invite you to stroll Arlington Memorial Gardens in person to appreciate its natural tranquility and well-appointed details. Please contact us, day or night, if we may offer information regarding burial in Oklahoma City.
In August 1951, a total of 86 acres of farmland became Arlington Memory Gardens, a cemetery in Oklahoma City. Some 20 years later, the installation of our fountain created a centerpiece for families gathering to reflect. In celebration of our 50th anniversary in 2001, we dedicated our Chapel Mausoleum as a new centerpiece adjacent to the fountain. Today, families hold personalized memorial services there as well as host committal ceremonies in inclement weather.
Tributes to veterans, military personnel
Arlington Memory Gardens proudly honors our nation’s veterans through features dedicated to our servicemen and women. Throughout the cemetery, we have several Veterans’ Gardens of Honor. Duster, an M42 A1 tank, was donated in November 1991, and the black granite memorial in front of Duster was donated by The Military Order of the World Wars. There are 2 additional memorials in the center of our main entrance dedicated to families who lost loved ones in the Murrah Federal Building bombing and those tragically lost on September 11, 2001.
Growing to serve Oklahoma City
Today, our Oklahoma City cemetery property is only half-developed, leaving plenty of land to serve families for generations to come. Please contact Arlington Memory Gardens to arrange a tour of our memorial park.