Cedar Grove Cemetery located in the borough of Queens, in the city of New York, had its first recorded burial on July 27, 1893. It is now the final resting place for over 36,000 souls. Cedar Grove Cemetery is as diverse as the community it serves. It is home to a melting pot of nationalities and religions. For example, people of African, South American, American, Armenian, Chinese, Indian, Latin, and Russian and many other nationalities are buried within it's gates. In addition, Cedar Grove Cemetery is home to people of all religions of the world.
Cedar Grove Cemetery is governed by the New York State Not-For-Profit Corporation Laws. Cedar Grove, like many non-sectarian cemeteries, has graves that allow for 3 deep burials. Our regulations do not require a vault for burial. Burials of cremated remains and in private mausoleums are common place at Cedar Grove.
The first recorded burial at Cedar Grove Cemetery was on July 27, 1893.
Gates are open 7 days a week 8am to 5pm.
Cedar Grove Cemetery does not staff an office regularly. All inquires must be directed to the Mount Hebron Cemetery office, which is open Sunday through Friday, 9am to 3:50pm. The Mount Hebron office is located at 130-04 Horace Harding Expy, Flushing, NY 11367
The cemetery closes on some holidays. Click here to view our Holiday Schedule
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See our directions page to view and print written instructions on the best way to drive to the cemetery from popular points (e.g. JFK Airport): Directions from Common Locations