Visitor Center

Directions from Gate 1

Proceed past the information booth. The Rose Hills Visitor Center is the white building on the right. Parking is on the right.

About

Rose Hills: a California landmark

More than 3 million people visit Rose Hills Memorial Park annually. Many come to attend the funeral or memorial service of someone they love. Others come to honor a loved one memorialized at the Whittier cemetery. Some come just to take in the unparalleled beauty of the magnificent 1,400-acre property and its landmark SkyRose Chapel. Then there are those who seek out Rose Hills to purchase cemetery property and pre-plan a funeral. For visitors unfamiliar with Rose Hills, a first stop might be the Rose Hills Visitor Center.

A professional team to guide you

Guests enter the Visitor Center through The Galleria, an inviting space that serves as a lobby, reception area and waiting room. A member of the Rose Hills team greets each person as they come through the door and answers all their questions. Our friendly staff is here to help families feel comfortable and assist them in getting the information they need. With more than 700 team members who speak nearly two dozen languages, Rose Hills anticipates the needs—and exceeds the expectations—of families of all ethnicities and religions.

Funeral and cemetery planning made easy

Rose Hills employs some of the top funeral arrangers in the country. There is always someone on-site to help guests plan a funeral or memorial or choose cemetery property, whether you have an immediate need or want to plan ahead. If you’ve come to our Visitor Center looking for information on funeral planning, cemetery property or mausoleum space, just let us know. We’ll start by getting to know you—and then we’ll show you around so that you can get to know us.

Rose Hills Mortuary includes several staterooms, the Hall of Endless Remembrance and a state-of-the-art witness crematorium. Rose Hills Memorial Park is the largest cemetery in North America, with rolling hills, sweeping lawns, an award-winning rose garden and spectacular views of downtown L.A. The Whittier cemetery is home to four chapels, two flower shops and a reception center. The convenience of having one touchpoint for every aspect of funeral and burial planning combined with a culture of extreme caring sets Rose Hills apart from every other funeral home in the area.

Rose Hills offers a number of funeral packages to meet both your needs and your budget—or you can choose individual funeral products and services. Packages do not include cemetery property, but Rose Hills Memorial Park offers many options, from traditional ground burial to mausoleum entombment to niche inurnment. We encourage families to plan ahead, as it relieves your loved ones of the emotional and financial burdens of making decisions during difficult moments.

Contact us

Whether you need to purchase cemetery property, plan a funeral or cremation ahead of time, or make final arrangements in a time of need, we're just a click or a phone call away. Contact us today.

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Breathtaking scene of the architectural beams and floor to ceiling windows of SkyRose Chapel at Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary, overlooking the city at dusk.

SkyRose Chapel

Southern California's most distinctive funeral chapel evokes awe and inspires reflection. SkyRose Chapel is unparalleled in grandeur, with a soaring 90-foot ceilings and a dramatic view of downtown Los Angeles.

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The eye-catching architectural spires at Memorial Chapel reach 90 feet into the sky at Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary.

Memorial Chapel

Situated atop a softly rolling hillside among lush gardens, Memorial Chapel presents a serene space for meaningful remembrance.

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The architecture of Rose HIlls Mortuary echos the movement of the clouds above.

Rose Hills Mortuary

Renovated so it is both modern and elegant, Rose Hills Mortuary offers several custom staterooms.

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