Cedar Grove Cemetery Flushing

About Cedar Grove

With their first recorded burial in July of 1893, Cedar Grove Cemetery has a long record of serving the Flushing, Queens community in which it is located. Cedar Grove Cemetery is a non-sectarian cemetery, meaning that people of all different faiths are buried within the 35 acre property. The diversity of those buried within the cemetery is reflective of the diversity of the New York metropolitan area population, with African, South American, Armenian, Chinese, Indian, Latin, Russian, and people of many other races buried there.


As a non-sectarian cemetery, Cedar Grove has graves that allow for 3 deep burials. They do not require a vault for burial.

Additionally, burying cremated remains in a grave site or private mausoleums is a common practice.

Hours of Operation

The Cedar Grove Cemetery gates are open 7 days per week from 8:00am to 5:00pm

The Mount Hebron Cemetery gates are open Sunday through Friday, from 8:00am – 5:00pm


130-04 Horace Harding Expy
Flushing, NY 11367



What people say about us

“Thank you Marcus. We drove by the monument yesterday afternoon. My husband and I were very pleased. Thank you for giving us a gift of comfort and peace.”

Mary Amber

“Thank you so much. It has been a comforting and pleasant experience working with St. Charles Monuments. The memorial set looks great.””

Pam Carter

“The headstone is beautiful. They did a fantastic job. Again my family and I thank you for all your help with suggestions and with the arrangements.”

Laura Leddy

“My family and I visited my husband’s grave today. We were very pleased with the results. It looks very nice. Thank you.””

Mrs. Guginsky

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