Crown Hill Cemetery and Mortuary, located in Jefferson County, Denver, Colorado is a beautiful location with easy accessibility to those living in the Rocky Mountain state of Colorado. Belonging to the Dignity Memorial family network of cemetery providers, Crown Hill Mortuary and Cemetery, also known as Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary, has proudly served the needs of Denver and surrounding community residents for years.
Staff at Crown Hill Cemetery offer a variety of services to meet the needs of community residents, including traditional in ground burials, cremation, pre-planning and grief counseling services. Located within a very short drive to the Colorado Rockies, the cemetery property is nestled under the great blue skies of the Front Range, offering beautiful vistas in all directions.
The property, covering acres after acres of beautiful green lawns, offers a variety of options for Denver area residents. Cemetery plots are laid out in sections and gardens with names such as the Garden of Reflection and the Garden Mausoleum offer a variety of locations for grieving families to choose from. The immense property is laid out in a straight line grid and circular patterns, while one of the most striking features of the property, called the Tower of Memoriam, offers a beautiful focal point for memorialization and tribute of loved ones.
The well kept grounds offer easy access for those who wish to stroll the property, or those who prefer to drive throughout the cemetery grounds. Crown Hill Cemetery is the final resting place of many Denver area notables, including beer magnet Adolph Coors and historical figures such as George Wortman, an Indian Wars Congressional Medal Of Honor Recipient. A history of the pioneer spirit can be glimpsed throughout the cemetery property, as well as a history of city founders and development over generations.
Located between the suburbs of Lakewood and Wheat Ridge just southwest of downtown Denver, the cemetery property may be reached via Interstate 70, with south turns on County Roads 121 or 391, with additional turns on West 26th Avenue or West 32nd.