Beautiful Whitemarsh Memorial Park is located in close proximity to the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania towns of Ambler and Prospectville. Serving the needs of county and neighboring residents since 1929, staff at Whitemarsh takes pride in their ability to offer superlative and compassionate services and burial options to all religions and ethnic groups.
Located on 160 acres of green Pennsylvania landscaping, visitors to Whitemarsh can instantly see that staff and groundskeepers are proud of their gorgeous facility, which offers a tower mausoleum, columbarium niches, wooded estates, gardens, ponds and lakes and a chapel to comfort and soothe grieving loved ones and friends. A multitude of gardens such as Lullaby Land, the Garden of Meditation, the Garden of Gospels and the Gardens of Eternal Liberty and Christus offer a wealth of burial options among exquisitely landscaped tree clusters, floral and shrub arrangements.
Upon entering Whitemarsh Memorial Park, visitors can view a multitude of monuments, towers and grounds dotted with small ponds and fountains, offering a soothing sense of peace and tranquility. The 174-foot Tower of Chimes is a focal point of the cemetery grounds, as are private burial estates surrounded by clusters of roses, holly, lilac and rhododendrons.
Whitemarsh Memorial Park is the final resting place of many Pennsylvania notables, including politicians and sports figures the likes of Hugo Bezdek, Major League baseball manager and William Bucky Walters, the National leagues Most Valuable Player of 1939.
The grounds of Whitemarsh Memorial Park may be accessed off of Pennsylvania Interstate 276 or State Route 309, with turnoffs on either W. Welsh Road or Norristown Road, with a turnoff to the south on Limekiln Pike. Turn in at the main entrance gate and visitors are greeted with a spectacular view of beautiful fountains, a tree-lined drive and the majestic Tower of Chimes.