Traditional. Profound. Healing. Design a permanent resting place for your loved one.
Through ownership of King Memorial Park, we offer your family a wide selection of Memorialization Options. This is because we all have a basic desire to honor, and remember those we love, yet no two families are alike in their vision of remembrance. We ask that you come to us with your memorization ideas, knowing that we will help you to arrive at the perfect means to express your love through the decades to come.
Deciding on the type of memorial property is a very personal decision. The March Family, through King Memorial Park, gives families a beautiful setting where meditation, reflection, remembrance, and healing can take place.
Sometimes one family member wants to be buried and another wishes to be cremated, yet they want to be together. Because we know this to be a common wish, March Funeral Homes makes it simple for families. Our staff will help you arrange for a common burial of both loved ones in the same plot. Call March Funeral Homes at today, or send us an email inquiry today to discuss your options.
King Memorial Park has three themed gardens with flush markers designed to maintain a serene park-like setting, stretching over rolling green hills. These include our:
- Wind Chimes Garden
- Freedom Memorial Garden
- Butterfly Tree Garden
Grand Heritage Mausoleum & Chapel
We are so proud to have the first mausoleum built in an African-American cemetery, which features marble and granite imported from Italy with an interior stained-glass chapel.
King Memorial Park recently completed the chapel to accommodate 300 people for a funeral or memorial services. This chapel gives families the convenience to hold the service on the same grounds that the burial will take place.Our chapel is available to any family who has heritage at King Memorial Park .
We are proud to be the first African-American cemetery to construct a five-tier chapel-mausoleum on their grounds. The chapel features niches with glass front panels to your loved one’s beautiful urn. The mausoleum features interior chapel crypts with marble fronts imported from Italy; Stained glass windows, depicting the earth, sea and sky adorn the entrance. The mausoleums and exterior garden crypts are positioned at the highest point of the cemetery overlooking the rolling landscape.
The Walk of Honor provides premium locations for cremated remains in the sidewalk around our memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Now, we also offer families niche space in the Shepard in the Storm Cremation Garden, a lovely, outdoor columbarium.
Upright Memorial Garden
A section of the park reserved for those who wish to memorialize loved ones with the traditional raised headstones made of the finest types of marble or granite.
Our lawn crypts offer families traditional ground burial, with the protective environment of a mausoleum.
Private Family Estates
Selected burial sites surrounded by decorative shrubbery, to establish private family owned cemetery property.
Other Notable Sections
- Islamic Society Burial Grounds
- Baby Burial Grounds
- Dove release ceremony
- Double deep graves
- Non-porous, water resistant burial vault with each burial
- Perpetual care
When you speak to people about King Memorial Park cemetery, you’ll find there is a diversity of reasons why we are so well-known, and well-respected, by African-American families in the Baltimore area. Each of those reasons is important, but we feel it all comes down to one simple fact: we take our roles as protector of memories and caretaker of the resting places for generations of our communities’ legacies, as reflections of our sacred mission.
It has always been our intention that visitors to King Memorial Park be spiritually and psychologically restored by the time they spend here, and the March Family invites you to experience this renewal, this sense of peace, for yourself.
Contact us today to speak with one of our directors to arrange a tour.
Other Artwork Found on the Grounds
- Flag Row
- Wind Chimes Garden
- Freedom Memorial
- Butterfly Tree
- Bust of Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Sun Dial