Visiting Rose Hills

Rose Hills Memorial Park is open every day of the year from sunrise to sunset. For current visiting hours, please see the information to the right.


We suggest the following for your visit:

  • Parking – turn your wheels toward the uphill side of the road and set your parking brake. DO NOT leave children unattended in your vehicle.
  • Valuables – Be sure to lock your car, even if you will be away from it for only a few minutes. Don’t make it easy for thieves to remove purses and other valuables.

To keep the park enjoyable for everyone, please remember to be respectful to visitors and Rose Hills team members at all times. This includes refraining from:

  • loud music, loud speaking and inappropriate behavior
  • bringing dogs or other pets into the park, except for trained guide dogs or companion dogs
  • cooking, preparing food or picnicking in the park
  • playing sports, jogging, skateboarding and flying kites
  • disturbing or taking gravesite decorations
  • soliciting, peddling, begging and distributing literature of any kind

Rose Hills is world-famous for its Pageant of Roses Garden, SkyRose Chapel and excellent feng shui. To learn more about the unique features of Rose Hills Memorial Park, please download our driving tour (pdf). For detailed information about our chapels and facilities at Rose Hills Memorial Park, please click here.

Rose Hills Memorial Park Lawn Visitation

Visitation ends at approximately sunset.


Please note viewings and services scheduled at The Mortuary at Rose Hills or a Rose Hills chapel may extend past the time noted above. This information is subject to change without notice.

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