Cemeteries and crematoria
Situated in north Liverpool near Everton and Liverpool football stadiums, the Grade II* listed cemetery is roughly 110 acres with a classic French design, by Edward Kemp. Opened in 1863, the cemetery has three chapels and entrances, designed by the Liverpool architects Lucy and Littler. A crematorium was added in 1896 on the southern part of the site, becoming one of the first of its kind in the country.
Options for burial at Anfield Cemetery
- Graves that can accommodate two full body burials.
- Cremated remains plots that can accommodate up to six sets of cremated remains.
Find out more about burials including:
- How a burial takes place or how to book the chapel at the crematorium prior to a burial.
- Graves, deeds and how to purchase a grave.
- Cemetery memorials, installation of headstones and stone masons.
Attending a burial at Anfield Cemetery
Please meet at the Chapel building. Follow the main entrance road which bends to the right approximately 75m into the cemetery.
Ground staff will meet the family around five to 10 minutes before the scheduled burial time at the meeting point.
There are no specific opening hours for cemetery access. The gates are open from dawn till dusk and are operated by the City Watch Team. Times may differ from day to day.
238 Priory Road, Anfield, L4 2SL
The main entrance is located on Priory Road, next to the crematorium. There are pedestrian entrances at the corner of Priory Road/Walton Road and Cherry Lane.
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- Pedestrian entrance (Cherry Lane): ///films.slurs.engage
Find a grave
Individual section maps showing exact grave locations are not available for public use.
The Anfield Cemetery section map will help you find your way around and make it easier to find section locations.