Parklawn Memorial Park, located in Hampton, Norfolk County, Virginia has served the needs of area residents since the early years of the 20th century. Today, the property offers a historical glimpse into the past of gracious the Virginia peninsula, along with a wealth of Civil War era monuments, and landmarks offering proof of the area's rich, cultural heritage and traditions.
The property offers a beautiful place to bury and remember loved ones with dignity and honor, as is tradition in the Norfolk - Virginia Beach traditions. Rich in history, steeped in culture and the honor of such traditions, staff at Parklawn Memorial Park are always ready to meet the needs of multicultural, multi-denominational and family traditions when it comes to choosing burial or cremation options.
Parklawn Memorial Park also serves as the final resting place for many area residents, pioneers, city founders, military families and politicians. The grounds are well kept and maintained, and trees, shrubs and flowers offer nearly year-round color and beauty. Stately trees and well-kept pathways and lawns offer visitors a sense of comfort that accompanies the obvious pride with which caretakers preserve the historical property.
Located near the tip of the Virginia Peninsula south of Williamsburg, Parklawn Memorial Park is situated just north of Newport News and Hampton, within easy driving distance across the bay to Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Visitors can access the property from Virginia Interstate 64 (State Route 134) just south of Langley Air Force Base. Within shouting distance of Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Coast, visitors to the area may enjoy a variety of accommodations, entertainment, and landmarks within easy driving distance, and entry and exit from Newport News -Williamsburg International Airport a short drive to the northwest.