Roselawn Memorial Gardens has taken care of the needs of Rutherford county, Tennessee residents for years, offering a multitude of services and options for grieving family members and loved ones. Nestled within beautifully rolling Tennessee hills and countryside, Roselawn Memorial Gardens offers visitors a sense of tranquility, security and dignity.
Staff at Roselawn offer multi-denominational options that meet most cultural needs, including traditional as well as cremation services. The sprawling grounds of the cemetery offer a mausoleum and a large chapel, and sections of the property to honor and commemorate veterans, a beautiful fountain, gardens, and a multitude of statues and memorials that perpetuate the memories of those buried here.
The sprawling acres of the cemetery grounds are well landscaped and maintained, often dotted with thousands of floral arrangements placed
at graveside to honor and remember loved ones and friends. Statuesque and well trimmed trees offer shade and shelter, while visitors stroll the grounds among flush-to-ground monuments and beautiful statuary.
Roselawn Memorial Gardens is the final resting place of many Rutherford County and surrounding community residents, founders, and politicians that go back generations. The grounds also serve as the final resting place of famous singer Ray Peterson of Murfreesboro.
Located slightly northwest of downtown Murfreesboro and southeast of Smyrna, Roselawn Memorial Gardens may be accessed from Tennessee Interstate 24 or State Route 840 or 41 with turnoffs on Northwest Broad Street. Only a short distance from the Cedars of Lebanon State Park, the J. Percy Priest Reservoir and Long Hunter State Park, visitors to Rutherford County, Tennessee can enjoy the scenic wilderness of this state or the convenience and accommodation found in bustling Nashville, only a short drive to the northwest.