A sanctuary of peace and beauty …

Established in 1846, Swan Point Cemetery is a meticulously maintained, 200-acre garden cemetery located in Providence, Rhode Island. Our beautiful grounds and buildings offer a peaceful place for visitors to seek inspiration, quietly reflect, or commune with nature. Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, Swan Point is an actively managed, full service cemetery open to people of every faith and heritage. Whether in the preplanning stage or when there is an immediate need for our assistance, our compassionate counselors take special care to be certain that each families’ needs, desires, and religious traditions are met. We encourage you to discover our rich history and spend some time visiting the beautiful grounds of Swan Point Cemetery.

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Redwood Mausoleum, Columbarium and Chapel

Located in the southwest section of the cemetery, this building is designed in a variation of English Country Gothic and Arts and Crafts Movement styles to blend harmoniously with the earlier cemetery buildings.

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Greenhouse

Swan Point Cemetery provides a beautifully planted and maintained, garden-like setting for the memorialization of loved ones. All landscaping development is carefully planned to blend harmoniously with the natural contours of the grounds.

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Reception Facilities

Our two beautifully-appointed Reception Rooms are available for hosting collations or bereavement luncheons following interment or cremation services at Swan Point. An adjoining patio area and courtyard are also available for use during pleasant weather.

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ADVANCED PLANNING

Statistics show that two out of three final internment arrangements are made by widows. One of life’s most difficult decisions need not be made at the time of bereavement. Families are encouraged to discuss burial plans pre-need so that personalized, unhurried decisions can be made.

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— EVERY LIFE IS WORTH REMEMBERING —

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