About Mount Ararat Cemetery
Opened in 1928, Mt. Ararat Cemetery has been a fixture in the Jewish community. Despite its suburban location, Mount Ararat Cemetery has created a peaceful and reflective environment.
Rather than organizing burial plots by organization, as is the custom in most Jewish cemeteries, Mt. Ararat Cemetery is divided into family plots. This means that any Jewish individual can inquire about plots, and they are not restricted to those who are and have been members of these organizations.
In order to cultivate this contemplative and spiritual atmosphere, Mount Ararat Cemetery makes a concerted effort to maintain its grounds. The staff routinely cut the grass in order to improve the appearance of each memorial. Additionally, the memorial gardens located throughout the cemetery contribute to the rustic nature of the area.
Located in Lindenhurst, the Mt. Ararat Cemetery is situated on Farmingdale Road, off of Exit 33 on the Southern State Parkway.
If you are looking to locate a family member or friend within the Mt. Ararat Cemetery, use the search engine function on their website.
Hours of Operation
Both the office and the cemetery grounds are open from 9:00 am- 4:00 pm from Sunday through Friday. The cemetery and office are closed on Saturdays.
1165 Route 109 (NY-109)
Lindenhurst, NY 11757
Rules & Regulations
- In order to preserve space within the cemetery, each family plot is permitted to have one memorial.
- Only granite memorials may be installed within the Mt. Ararat Cemetery.
- Family members and other visitors are prohibited from planting or leaving flowers, as this may interfere with grass cutting.