A resting place of beauty, dignity, and caring
Sharon Gardens has been serving Jewish communities and synagogues of the tri-state area since 1953. A division of the Kensico Cemetery, Sharon Gardens is considered to be one of the most beautiful and modern cemeteries for families of the Jewish faith. Its rural setting on seventy-six acres in the Bronx River Valley and the surrounding Westchester foothills provides a serene and peaceful resting place in contrast to many urban cemeteries. Wide roads facilitate easy visitor access to all lots.
April 20, 2022
Kensico Cemetery Earns Arboretum Status
As part of its First Annual Arbor Day celebration, Kensico Cemetery announced that it has earned Level I Arboretum status making Kensico Cemetery an official tree-focused public garden and one of only two cemeteries in Westchester County to earn that distinction. There are four different levels of accreditation granted by ArbNet, and all levels require [...]
Sharon Gardens grounds are closed in observance of the following holidays:
- Passover – 1st day
- Passover – 7th day
- Passover – Last day
- Shavuot – 1st day
- Rosh Hashanah – 1st day
- Yom Kippur
- Sukkot – 1st day
- Shemini Atzereth
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