When a loved one passes, one often thinks about where they will be memorialized. Certainly, the type of disposition one chooses becomes a place of remembrance. So how does one come to terms with planning on a permanent spot? The answer relies on which spot you resonate with most. Luckily, there is a wide range of options available when it comes to choosing a garden at Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery. We help establish each garden by creating unique layouts specifically catered to you. With over twenty different garden estates inspired by a memorial park concept, its oversized features and works of art, makes for an astonishing scenic experience.
A Favorite Oasis
During grieving times, it is best to resort to a favorite oasis that is both tranquil and meaningful for your family while visiting a cemetery. Take for instance Gardens of Peace, located in the Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery grounds intended for those of religious descent and rooted under peaceful bible verses. Or, consider The Garden of Hiram Abif, where members in good standing of the fraternal order of Free & Accepted Masons and their families are welcome. No matter the reasoning, every garden holds a special meaning where respect, history and symbolism go a long way.
A Lasting Burial Plot
An urn sitting at home is simply not enough to hold a final resting place. This is why we created a Cremation Garden, or better known as the Remembrance Garden, to help create a space with purpose, protection and accessibility. These gardens are also great for future generations to visit down the line. The Cremation Garden does not differentiate from any of the other gardens and instead commemorates those who have chosen this form of disposition. May we never forget the ashes of the ones who are laid to rest because they too, hold a place in everyone’s hearts.
Aside from traditional in-ground burials, there are also above-ground traditional burials known as mausoleums. The mausoleums can be found in the Chapel Mausoleum Gardens which provide patio, private family and stand-alone crypts. Many who decide on the Mausoleum Garden often feel a high level of comfort as it still holds an honorable meaning for the remains. Rain or shine, the Mausoleum Garden stands beautifully from afar and up close due to its magnificent structures of natural stone and reinforced concrete.
For a better glance at the many scenes and downloadable maps from our Garden Estates, visit us online at www.mobilememorialgardens.org. We are conveniently located in the Mobile, AL area. If you have suffered a loss and would like to speak to us, please call us at 251-661-1333.