Vestal Hills Memorial Park



The grounds and mausoleums are open 365 days a year, from dusk to dawn. The Administrative Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  All mausoleums are closed and locked at 3:45 pm.  After 3:45 pm, access can be arranged by appointment, or, if office is open, stopping at the office so a counselor can open a door.

Getting Here


Our top priority is to provide exceptional service to the families who have entrusted their loved ones to our care. To ensure that everyone is treated fairly and with an equal level of respect, Vestal Hills Memorial Park Association operates by following a standard set of rules and regulations, some of which are mandated by the state of New York. These rules and regulations serve to protect the long-term interests of our families and their loved ones.

You can receive a complete list of our rules and regulations at our Administrative Office, or download them by submitting the form below.


Vestal Hills Memorial Park was founded in 1931. Visitors can find comfort in the quiet dignity of the garden areas or enjoy the breathtaking view from Liberty Terrace or the Tower of Memories Mausoleum, which serves as a well-known community landmark. Locals often visit the Tower of Memories Mausoleum at Easter for a sunrise services. Other special features of Vestal Hills Memorial Park include Mirror Lake, the Garden of Love, the Garden of Devotion, and the Chimes  Tower, which rings hourly throughout the surrounding Vestal and Binghamton hills. Another item to note about Vestal Hills is that the Park has a historic designation as a result of its renowned engineers, architects and landscape designers of the 1930s. – Hoadley & Giles, Civil Engineers of Binghamton, NY and C. W. McClune & Sons, – Landscape Architects of Buffalo, NY.