Newlands Cross Cemetery
Established in the year 2000, Newlands Cross Cemetery is designed to fulfill the burial and cremation requirements for West Dublin. The Cemetery forms part of an integrated open space development comprising of 140 acres of parkland, playing pitches, an ornamental lake and wildflower meadows.
Access to both park users and cemetery visitors is from the existing roundabout along the southern boundary off Belgard Road. The car park is set along a curving access drive, serving as an entrance driveway into the cemetery for arrival/set down and car parking.
Trust Florist Newlands Cross can deliver flowers to a grave within the cemetery at no extra cost. Order online or contact us on + 353 (0) 1 882 6510
Bringing cemeteries into the 21st century, this landscape lawn cemetery creates a harmonious arrangement of composition, scale, dimension, topography and formal qualities of landscape materials.
Traditionally, Newlands Cross in south-west Dublin was regarded as the place where Dublin City ended and the "country" began, though these days it has been absorbed into the urban area. Newlands Cross cemetery and crematorium is ideally located to serve the needs of Dublin City and the country as it can be accessed from both the M50 and N7.
Newlands Cross Crematorium
Newlands Cross Chapel/Temple and grounds are designed with the families of those buried and cremated here in mind. The building consists of three interlocking pavilions - the Temple building (used for cremation services), a beautiful circular cloister meeting area and an administration building containing offices, monument and florist outlets and public facilities.
Newlands Cross state of the art crematorium has been serving the needs of all those in the Republic of Ireland who wish to use the service of cremation. The crematorium is one of the most modern in Europe, and the service has been designed to cause the minimum emotional upset to the bereaved mourners.
The Columbarium wall allows placing of cremation urns into individual stores which are sealed and adorned with a memorial plaque.
This plaque can be engraved with an inscription or dedication; it is also possible to attach a photograph or a flower holder. Each individual store or niche accommodates one or two cremated remains. It is possible to reserve spaces in the Columbarium Wall for future use by other family members.
Garden of Remembrance
The Garden of Remembrance is designed to reflect miniature burial grounds where cremated remains are interred in ground vaults. Above each vault a memorial stone is inscribed with the name and date of death.
At the time of cremation it is possible to reserve spaces alongside for future use by other family members.
Contacts & Location
Newlands Cross Cemetery, Crematorium & Trust Florist
Ballymount Road, Dublin 24
Cemetery Manager: Brian Nutley
Crematorium Manager: David Thompson
P: + 353 (0) 1 4592288 | F: + 353 (0) 1 4592423
Office Opening hours:
Mon - Wed: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Thurs: 9.30am to 4.00pm
Fri: 9.30am to 3.30pm