The City of Calgary currently owns and maintains five cemeteries and one mausoleum. Each cemetery offers a distinct experience, and we encourage all Calgarians to visit these special places.
Comprised of 13 hectares and located at 27 Ave. and Spiller Rd. S.E. (next to Union Cemetery), Burnsland is where most of Calgary's World War I veterans are buried.
Located at Erlton St. and Macleod Tr. S.W., The Chinese Cemetery is Calgary's smallest cemetery with 1.4 hectares.
Comprised of 7.1 hectares and located at Erlton St. and 32 Ave. S.W., this cemetery is Calgary's first cemetery and consists of approximately 15,000 burials.
Comprised of 19.1 hectares, Union Cemetery is located at 28 Ave. and Spiller Rd .S.E. It is Calgary's oldest burial ground with many of the founders and early pioneers of Calgary and district buried here.
As Calgary's youngest and largest cemetery with 55 hectares, Queen's Park is located at 4 St. and 40 Ave. N.W.
Calgary's only indoor climate-controlled mausoleum that is located in Queen's Park Cemetery at 4 St. and 40 Ave. N.W.
How can we help you?
The City of Calgary can provide citizens with a variety of cemetery products and services such as:
We also offer historical cemetery tours and various special events. We can also provide suggestions on things to consider when planning a funeral now (at-need) or in the future (pre-need).