Burials can take place in four of our cemeteries - Roselawn, Dundonald, Knockbreda and Belfast City Cemetery.
Heritage project at the City Cemetery
With funding from the Heritage and Lottery Fund (NI)’s Parks for People Programme, we are developing a programme to protect, enhance and promote the rich heritage of City Cemetery.
Our Bereavement Services Office is located on the Ground Floor, Cecil Ward Building, 4-10 Linenhall Street, Belfast, BT2 8BP.
Our phone number is 028 9027 0296.
Contact our Bereavement Services Office if you have a query about our cemeteries.
Office opening hours
|Monday and Friday
||8.30am - 4pm
|Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
||9am - 4pm
||8.30am - 11.30am
Holiday opening hours
Opening hours may vary during public holidays.
About our cemeteries
Roselawn is currently the only cemetery with new burial plots available.
There are no new grave plots available in either Dundonald or Belfast City Cemetery, but burials can still take place in existing graves.
Cremations are conducted at City of Belfast Crematorium.
We also maintain five historical cemeteries.
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We do not look after or hold records for Milltown Cemetery. For more information, call Milltown Cemetery on 028 9061 3972.
Memorial safety inspection programme
We'll be completing a health and safety audit of headstones and memorials in City Cemetery, Dundonald Cemetery, Friar’s Bush Graveyard, Glenalina Cemetery, Knock Burial Ground and Knockbreda Cemetery. We will begin our inspections in August 2018 and will work through the cemetery grave section by grave section.
Read more about our memorial safety inspection programme.
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Visiting our cemeteries
Visit our cemeteries and discover their fascinating heritage, as well as the wealth of wildlife that resides amongst our headstones, memorials, hedgerows and mature trees.
Free WiFi is available in the site office.
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