Rolling hills, mature shade trees and beautifully maintained grounds are all found at Virginia's National Memorial Park. Located in the northern part of the state in the quaint town of Falls Church, National Memorial Park is 200 acres of natural beauty intended to provide a peaceful retreat for family and friends to visit those at rest. It is a special place meant to pay honor and respect to those who have departed.
Part of the Dignity Memorial national network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, National Memorial Park has a professional staff of English, Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese and Korean speakers who are available to assist families with every burial detail. Providing quality, caring service is the goal of National Memorial Park and all staff members are committed to giving the best service available while being sensitive to the difficulties families are experiencing during their time of need.
Just a short drive away from the nation's capital of Washington D.C., National Memorial was established in 1933 and has since served local families with care. The grounds include several multicultural sections and a number of monuments and memorials. There is also the Fountain of Faith, a monument created by Carl Mills, a world-renowned Swedish artist.
Beauty and tranquility await at National Memorial Park. It is a place where family and friends can find peace and quiet and those in repose will be honored and memorialized.