Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens is a seventy-acre cemetery enhanced by a tranquil two-acre lake featuring a fountain and two resident trumpeter swans - the "Dulaney Valley Princesses". The cemetery is conveniently accessible to Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania due to the close proximity to Interstate 83, the 695 Baltimore Beltway and Interstate 95.
Calendar of Events
Fallen Heroes Day Friday, May 1, 2015 Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens Open to the public. Ceremony to honor the men and women of Maryland's public safety community who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Keynote Speaker: Stan Stovall, WBAL TV-11
Traditional Memorial Day Ceremony Monday, May 25, 2015 Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens Open to the public. Keynote Speaker: Col. Tom Manion, USMC (Ret), co-author of "Brothers Forever", Music by the 229th Army Band, Maryland Army National Guard and Maryland Sings, Bill Myers, Director.