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Spokane, WA 99205
FAIRMOUNT MEMORIAL PARK
Whether you are looking to create a memorialization plan for yourself, or for family or loved ones, or if you just want to know more about the beautiful, historic grounds of Fairmount Memorial Park, you are at the right spot. Here you will find photos of the different memorialization options at Fairmount, as well as information on the general history of the park and the interesting and notable persons whose legacy is forever established at Fairmount.
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SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE
Meet with a Fairmount Memorial Park Family Service Representative.
Begin the planning process to reduce anxiety and stress.
Discover which memorial options are best for the needs of you and your family.
Understand the options, costs, and options for traditional burial or cremation memorialization.
Meetings can be held in your home, our office, over the phone, or through video chat (for in person meetings, we will follow all current communicable disease guidelines).
FAIRMOUNT MEMORIAL PARK
Sitting high on the rim rock above the Spokane River, one can enjoy the breath taking view of Spokane's "Bowl and Pitcher" and Riverside State Park, while the stunning mid-century modern design of Sunset Mausoleum contrasts with the classical architecture of the many private mausoleums, offices and maintenance structures built in the early 20th century.
Originally established as Fairmount Cemetery on May 29, 1888, Fairmount Cemetery served as the Spokane community's "Official City and County Burial Ground". This cemetery park is made up of 160 acres with just over 80 developed.
MEMORIAL OPTIONS AT FAIRMOUNT
As one of Spokane's oldest cemeteries, and being established as what was considered in the day to be a modern approach to cemeteries, its also undeniably beautiful. The combination of amazing natural scenery, inspiring views, and historic monuments and architecture make Fairmount today what it has been for generations: a premier park for memorialization, reflection and the honoring of loved ones.
Fairmount Memorial Park currently has 60,000 internments, with 74,000 internment rights sold and room for an additional 10,000.
THE CEMETERY PARK
Fairmount's 160 acres offer a diverse landscape for contemplative reflection and memorialization. Classical monuments of earlier generations share the tree-lined grounds with more contemporary open spaces. To learn more about cemetery plots at Fairmount Memorial Park or other parks, please visit the Ground Burial page.
If you would like to discussed arranging for a plot or other memorial at Fairmount, contact a Fairmount Family Service Representative.
Fairmount Memorial Park contains two separate cremation gardens. Hillcrest Gardens is situated near Sunset Chapel and features panoramic views of the Spokane River. Canyon View Cremation Garden is located on the north side of the cemetery and features panoramic views and easy accessibility.
To learn more about cremation gardens, visit our cremation garden section.
COLUMBARIA AND OUTDOOR NICHES
Fairmount Memorial Park features a number of niche options in a variety of styles and sizes. Dramatic options overlooking the Spokane River, as well as a variety of traditional community versions are located throughout the cemetery grounds.
To learn more about outdoor niches, click here.
SUNSET CHAPEL AND MAUSOLEUM
Sunset Chapel and Mausoleum provides both indoor crypts for casketed internment as well as glass-front display niches for cremation memorialization. The inspiring architecture of the structure and the panoramic views overlooking the Spokane River and the Bowl and Pitcher is also an ideal venue for receptions and events.
INDOOR & OUTDOOR CRYPTS
Exterior crypt options are available at Fairmount Memorial Park at both the Sunset Chapel/Mausoleum as well as the Temple Court Crypts. Family Estates are another option on the grounds, and may be a fitting decision for those families desiring a memorial to maintain a family or legacy or a monument with more grandeur.