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.

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  • Cedar and birch trees on the edge of a pond with a fountain in the center

    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 [...]

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Our cemetery contains a park-like atmosphere with beautiful trees, flowers, and fountains.

Holiday Closings

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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