Brompton Cemetery - a Garden Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery is a magical place, combining historic monuments, trees and wildlife with the stories of the remarkable people buried here. It is designated Grade I on English Heritage's Register of Parks and Gardens.

This beautiful landscape is the only Cemetery in the country owned by the Crown and managed by The Royal Parks on behalf of the nation.

Brompton Cemetery is one of London's Magnificent Seven historic cemeteries, which were designed in the mid 1800s to provide public recreation as well as burial space for a rapidly increasing London population.

Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

The Royal Parks is developing a second round application to Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funds for this £5 million Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project.

Please comment on the Project Proposals by completing our visitor survey questionnaire before 17 October 2014.

Map of Brompton Cemetery


Brompton Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery - a Garden Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery is a magical place, combining historic monuments, trees and wildlife with the stories of the remarkable people buried here. It is designated Grade I on English Heritage's Register of Parks and Gardens.

This beautiful landscape is the only Cemetery in the country owned by the Crown and managed by The Royal Parks on behalf of the nation.

Brompton Cemetery is one of London's Magnificent Seven historic cemeteries, which were designed in the mid 1800s to provide public recreation as well as burial space for a rapidly increasing London population.

Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

The Royal Parks is developing a second round application to Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funds for this £5 million Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project.

Please comment on the Project Proposals by completing our visitor survey questionnaire before 17 October 2014.

Map of Brompton Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery
Brompton Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery covers 16.5 hectares and is one of the finest cemeteries in the country.


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Brompton Cemetery - a Garden Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery is a magical place, combining historic monuments, trees and wildlife with the stories of the remarkable people buried here. It is designated Grade I on English Heritage's Register of Parks and Gardens.

This beautiful landscape is the only Cemetery in the country owned by the Crown and managed by The Royal Parks on behalf of the nation.

Brompton Cemetery is one of London's Magnificent Seven historic cemeteries, which were designed in the mid 1800s to provide public recreation as well as burial space for a rapidly increasing London population.

Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

The Royal Parks is developing a second round application to Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funds for this £5 million Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project.

Please comment on the Project Proposals by completing our visitor survey questionnaire before 17 October 2014.

Map of Brompton Cemetery