The Gardens is a Special Place to Honor and Remember the People You Love.

  670 Baker Street, Boston, MA  · 617-325-0186


Love all animals

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Pictures from our friend Paul

The Hillside Garden and

Holy Resurrection Chapel

New Garden Created Just Below the Chapel


Our families tell us our hospitality is second to none. Our door is always open during the day. Visitors can stop by for a cold drink, coffee or pastry, and just sit and relax. We serve guests and visitors by providing a safe, tranquil resting place for their loved ones and supporting them through a difficult time in their lives. We believe that cemeteries are for the living and actively encourage families to visit. You can too at 670 Baker Street, Boston. Open from dawn to dusk 7-days a week.

Ice Cream and Rib Truck

Father's Day Weekend

Stephen Goldberg made 275 meals on Fathers Day

And everyone had at least 1 to 5 ice creams

Father's Day Weekend Pictures

Relax by the Pond

Don't listen to Andy Warhol

The Importance of Planning Ahead

Many people say "I have it in my will" 

Your will won't be read until two weeks after you pass

Choose your Resting Place on a hill by a tree

then go to a local funeral director

Tell them what you want and don't want 

Put your wishes in writing at the Cemetery and Funeral Home

Don't Listen to Andy Warhol

Alan and Eunice updating their wishes with Attorney Steven Murphy.


The International Cemetery Cremation and Funeral Association University

Rob Espinoza, Assistant Manager of The Gardens, had the pleasure of interacting and learning from the best in the industry! He received his certification in Land Management & Grounds Operations from

Gino Merendino, Dean of the college and co-founder of Merendino Cemetery Care.

Summer Garden for

our families to enjoy

Come pick your vegetables

Our Exceptional Service

Areti Bratsis

Photographic Artist at 

Areti Bratsis Portrait Art

Visiting my Dad aka "Pops" at The Gardens at Gethsemane his beautiful resting place on earth. Alan J MacKinnon and Eunice Davis make everyone feel at home. You might find it odd to celebrate at a cemetery. We feel differently. This place is full of life and love. When you remember your loved ones and celebrate them at the spot of their final rest, you keep them alive on so many levels. Today we were treated to an ice cream truck and BBQ as well as complimentary memorial candles. Pops always brought us ice cream sandwiches and drumstick ice cream cones when we were kids (without fail). He smiled and rejoiced at our delight. I'll never forget that look. Today, we returned the favor, thanks to Alan. We also visited with my Uncle Angelo and visited with other friends in the community. May their memory be eternal-Lord Have Mercy.

The Terrace

under The Mount of Olives.

Another month of construction, Then Trees, shrubs and flowers.

Omar is back building a new stone wall Actually 3 stone walls

Omar also built

the West Garden Stone Wall

Our Families Tell Us

The Gardens Mission is

to honor the customs and traditions of our families and recognize these as an important part of healing, to provide exceptional service, and to respect each individual resting place with immaculate care.

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The Gardens Cemetery
670 Baker Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02132

phone: 617-325-0186

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