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Beechmount Cemetery is one of the City’s historical cemeteries, dating back to the early 1900s.

Tree-lined roadways, an impressive salute to veterans, and monuments representing a variety of languages and religious backgrounds give this cemetery a strong sense of Edmonton’s multicultural community. Over the years, ethnic groups have requested sections be set aside for their members and often linguistic, religious and ethnic groups are found together.

Beechmount was the first cemetery started by the City. A high point in the cemetery’s history came in 1957, with the installation and unveiling of a Cross of Sacrifice in the southwest corner overlooking the Field of Honour.

Hours

Monday 5am-11pm
Tuesday 5am-11pm
Wednesday 5am-11pm
Thursday 5am-11pm
Friday 5am-11pm
Saturday 5am-11pm
Sunday 5am-11pm

Location

Map of 12420 104 Street
12420 104 Street
Edmonton, Alberta

Pay tribute to your mother or grandmother with a carnation by visiting and placing a carnation on your loved one's final resting place.

Take a walk through one of our 7 Municipal Cemeteries without ever leaving home.

Cemetery Services

Cemetery Search

Search online for people who have been buried more than 25 years ago in an Edmonton municipal cemetery.

For More Information

Our staff are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have at this difficult time.

Telephone

780-442-0974

Email cemetery@edmonton.ca

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