Additional Information from Garden of Remembrance Regarding Covid-19

Garden of Remembrance Gan Zikaron Memorial Park continues to monitor the COVID-19 coronavirus situation and the information we are receiving from Partner Congregations, Funeral Homes, and Vendors, State and Federal Guidelines, and health authorities. We wish to share some recommended practices that we have temporarily adopted for all burials. While funerals need to be scheduled at times of need, several practices have been recommended to ensure the health and safety of our community. Click here for all of our guidelines.

Welcome to the Garden of Remembrance Memorial Park located
in Montgomery County, Maryland.


Board of Directors



Partner Congregations

Affiliated Organizations

Funeral Homes

Memorial Monuments & Markers

Spring at the Garden of Remembrance“In the opening of the buds and in the rebirth of spring, we remember them.” (Excerpt – Kamens &  Riemer)

Spring is here, with thousands of trees, shrubs and flowers beginning to burst with the vibrant colors of the season. Visit and take in the beauty of the present while you honor the memory of the past.

We are the only non-profit, multi-congregational Jewish cemetery in the Washington area, providing members of Orthodox, Reform, Reconstructionist and Conservative congregations, and unaffiliated individuals, with the thoughtful support they need in difficult times.

If you haven’t visited our garden, arrange for a tour today. As a full service partner to you and your family, we offer a wide selection of upright granite memorials, and granite or bronze foot markers, with the largest selection in the Washington DC area. We take pride in being able to care for all of your decision making concerns, right here at the Garden. Our grounds are open every day except Shabbat and the first day of major Jewish holidays. For additional information and assistance call our Help Line at 301.428.3000.

The Washington Area’s Only Non-Profit, Multi-Congregation Jewish Cemetery, Offering 21 Years of Caring Service and Dedicated Support

Services This Week:

Wednesday, April 22

11:00 a.m.
Anna Grosz

1:00 p.m.
Bernard Rabin


Complimentary yahrzeit candles
are available to take home for
anyone visiting loved ones
here at the
Garden of Remembrance.
Just stop by the office!


To view burial sections for individuals and families not affiliated with a partner congregation, click here. 

Spring & Summer

The Garden of Remembrance stands out in its natural landscaping of over 152 close-in acres in a rolling countryside setting. Read more»


For all seasons, our Garden is a welcome place to remember your loved ones. Read more...»


You'll find a quiet view around every corner– rolling hills and wide open blue skies. See our photo gallery»
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