Hampstead Cemetery covers 26 acres and has a main drive and public footpath running through it from Fortune Green to Cricklewood.
The cemetery has no new grave spaces available, but there is an area for cremated remains to the north of the cemetery. It opened in 1876 and is managed by the Islington and Camden Cemetery Service.
There are two Gothic-style chapels, which are listed buildings, and an entry lodge made of Kentish Rag and Bath stone. There has been some major work to these buildings under a scheme supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, as well as road improvements and new landscaping. The site is also important for nature conservation and biodiversity.
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