Cemeteries and crematoria
The Grade II* listed Anfield Crematorium opened in 1896 and is the fourth oldest crematorium in the country. Services take place in the chapel every 40 minutes.
Options for cremation at Anfield Crematorium
- Garden of Remembrance grounds, where you can scatter the ashes of a loved one.
- Colonnade which holds niche enclosures for the placement of a love one's ashes.
Find out more information about cremations:
- How a cremation takes place
- Memorial options after cremation
- Scattering ashes within the Garden of Remembrance
Attending an appointment
If you are attending an appointment for the scattering of a loved one's ashes or for a memorial, please go to the Book of Remembrance Room, where one of our team will meet you.
The Book of Remembrance room is located inside the main gates, where the building also has a waiting room and toilet facilities.
These opening hours apply to the crematorium gates and Book of Remembrance room. Please note, our bank holiday hours are 9am to 4.30pm.
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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Individual section maps showing exact cremated remains/ashes locations are not available for public use.
The Anfield Crematoria section map will help you find your way around and make it easier to find section locations, the Garden of Remembrance and each Rose bed section.
There are no parking facilities within the crematorium grounds. To ensure access for funeral cars, please do not park within the crematorium grounds.
On street parking is available on Priory Road, subject to availability. This area can be very busy for traffic and parking on match days at Anfield and Goodison stadiums.