This summer, Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens is offering special pre-development pricing in Harmony Hill, a new upright monument garden situated in the northeast corner of the cemetery. Spaces are currently available in the Magnolia, Birch and Holly sections. The garden spans 7 acres amid rolling hills and a picturesque view of the neighboring golf course. Eight individual sections, named by the tree species it will contain, have been designated within the garden along with new features, including an elevated gazebo offering entombment.
Because no two pieces are identical, granite best symbolizes the unique imprint of your loved one's legacy. Coupled with a wide variety of shapes, colors, and design choices, upright monuments offer an opportunity for customization not comparable to other memorial options.
Spaces are currently available during the predevelopment phase.
Sanctuary Mausoleum Phase II
Early Fall, Dulaney Valley will break ground on Phase 2 of the Sanctuary Mausoleum Complex. This phase of development entails the addition of over 180 crypts and 80 niches.
To learn more about how you might benefit from our future development opportunities, please stop in or call to speak with one of our Family Service Advisors.
This September, Dulaney Valley will offer a unique way to memorialize your loved one - in our new butterfly garden. This peaceful garden will contain various flowers and shrubs known to attract these beautiful creatures, which for many, symbolize transformation and a belief in the renewal of the spirit. Cremated remains placed in this garden will be marked with a bronze butterfly memorial.
These personalized memorials are available in five popular butterfly species and an array of colors. Measuring approximately 5 to 6 inches in size, this lasting tribute includes engraving on either a matte or gloss finish and may be mounted on bronze stakes or granite boulders.