Types of Cemetery Property

Whether you choose in-ground burial, aboveground entombment or an option for cremation, cemetery property provides a final resting place for family and friends to visit and reflect on your legacy. Dignity Memorial® cemeteries offer a wide range of burial options, and Dignity Memorial professionals are here to help you choose the property that best suits the personal wishes, family preferences and cultural traditions of you or your loved one. They can also help you choose a memorial, such as a marker or monument.

From exclusive private family estates to individual burial plots, lawn crypts to mausoleum crypts, cremation niches to scattering gardens and more, we have cemetery properties to meet your needs.

A spacious community mausoleum with a glass ceiling provides benches for guests to rest and reflect at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park.

Community mausoleums are typically built with granite, and they are sometimes very large and stately structures. A garden mausoleum has only outdoor-facing crypts. An indoor mausoleum is a climate-controlled building that’s comfortable for visitors even in very hot or very cold weather. Depending on the mausoleum and cemetery property, options can include single spaces, side-by-side spaces and companion configurations.

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Private family walk-in mausoleum with bronze doors and stained glass and flanked by granite benches.

Private mausoleums are exclusive, custom-built, aboveground spaces usually for a prominent individual, couple or family. The person or family building the mausoleum works with a designer to customize the architecture of the structure as well as features such as bronze doors or stained-glass windows. These exclusive mausoleums can be built to hold traditional caskets, cremated remains or both.

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Columbarium at Ocean View Burial Park

A columbarium is a room or structure designed to house cremated remains. Columbaria are permanent memorials with banks of cremation niches (similar to cubbyholes, but with secure fronts). A columbarium can be large or small, private or public. Some columbaria have glass-front niches, which allow you to see the cremation urn and personal artifacts stored with it. Other columbaria have granite-front niches that can be engraved or memorialized with a plaque. Some columbaria have both.

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