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PROSPECT HILL: A COMMUNITY TREASURE

Welcome to Prospect Hill Cemetery, a six-acre, green oasis in the heart of Towson, Maryland. In operation since 1892, the cemetery is the final resting place of some of Baltimore County’s most prominent and interesting citizens. Prospect Hill is a non-denominational and non-profit cemetery managed by an all-volunteer board.

Prospect Hill is both richly historic and an active, perpetual care cemetery that offers cremation and traditional ground burial lots. Contact us to learn what options are available for you and your family.

Our park-like grounds with winding paths provide a respite from the busy town surrounding them. Take a moment to stroll through this peaceful place online or in person – and step into Baltimore County history!

QUICK LINKS

Prospect Hill News

Iconic Tree At Prospect Hill Cemetery In Towson To Come Down

In early November, the board of Prospect Hill welcomed Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski, Jr. (“Johnny O”) to join them in saying farewell to the cemetery’s iconic copper beech. The tree, approximately 125 years old, was dying and was subsequently removed later that month by the Ex-Cel Tree Company.

December 7, 2020|Categories: News|

Iconic Tree

November 6-13, 2020 was declared “Historic Prospect Hill Cemetery Week” in Baltimore County by County Executive John A. Olszewski, Jr.

December 6, 2020|Categories: News|

Prospect Hill depends on volunteers to provide financial support. Your generous, tax-deductible donations make it possible for us as a 501(c)13 charitable organization to continue to maintain and beautify the cemetery.

CONTRIBUTIONS

To send a check, please send your donation to:

Prospect Hill Cemetery
P.O. Box 322
Riderwood, MD 21139-0322

MAKE A DONATION ONLINE

PLANNING & ARRANGEMENTS

Planning ahead helps your loved ones and allows your wishes to be honored.

LOT AVAILABILITY

Purchase a burial or cremation lot for yourself or your family.

OUR HISTORY

Learn about Towson’s notable citizens buried here.

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