The beauty and rich history of the northeast is evident at the peaceful enclave known as Hollywood Memorial Park and Mausoleum in Union, New Jersey. Consisting of nearly 100 acres, the cemetery and mausoleum facility has been serving the region since 1909 when the Hollywood Cemetery was established on 25 acres. Located on the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of the Connecticut Farms, the meticulously maintained landscaping, buildings, gardens and water features have a significant connection to the birth of the nation.
Six mausoleums dot the cemetery, which offer visitors climate-controlled protection from the elements year-round. Several chapels provide places for quiet contemplation or prayer. With sections for many different organizations such as United States Veterans, a section for those of Chinese heritage, a
Ukrainian War Veterans? Section and a Muslim section, the Hollywood Memorial Park and Mausoleum is a lovely, non-sectarian location for final rest.
A professional staff of 32 waits to assist with every aspect of funeral planning or pre-planning and a maintenance and preservation fund assures the perpetual care of the grounds. Situated near the Garden State Parkway just 15 miles from New York City, the city of Union is a thriving suburb which has been named an All-American City. The pristine grounds, gardens and mature trees of the Hollywood Memorial Park and Mausoleum create a charming oasis in the middle of a bustling city and provide a peaceful place for remembering a life well lived.