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Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park, Los Angeles

Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
While visiting the city, use the opportunity to pay homage to some of Hollywood's biggest stars at Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park. The scenic landscaped cemetery is an oasis of tranquility in the bustling city and the final resting place of stars like Marilyn Monroe, Roy Orbison, Dean Martin, and Farrah Fawcett. The grounds are not too big and can be easily walked and navigated by visitors who use wheelchairs or strollers. The cemetery has benches where you can rest as well as restroom facilities. Entrance is free. Put Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Los Angeles trip itinerary planner.
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  • We went here to pay our respects to Roy and Barbara Orbison. Also saw Marilyn's and Peggy Lee's memorials. Nice and peaceful, well-kept place to wander amongst the musicians and filmstars for an hour ...  read more »
  • Eye with access, is not easy to find it. The first thing that can be seen from the surrounding area is the characteristic square ceiling of the place where the funeral service. Income is a sort of driveway, among several buildings, walking is more easy by car can pass by to the side and not see it. There lie, Marilyn, Nataly Wood, Heather o´Rourke (poltergeist), Capote, Jack Lemmon, and many other big Hollywood.
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  • This cemetery is like an oasis. Small, clean and very quiet. Ideal to just force to refuel and relax. Seating and toilet available. Hard to find! Enter in the Navi Street 10850 Wilshire Blvd. Without Navi, 1218 Glendon Ave - entrance right next to the parking garage. The Westwood Public Library is on the same side of the road. I can only recommend the cemetery, because there but extraordinary personalities will find their final resting. Michi
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  • I was luckey enough to visit this cemetery this past may 2016. What a beautiful place this is. So quiet and peaceful. The grounds kept up beautifully. Bathrooms were spotless. What an awesome place to be laid to rest. I was so impressed by everything I saw. I went into the office to say thank you for allowing us to visit everyone's grave. The very sweet young lady I spoke with was so very nice and kind. I truly love this place Donna Pollock
  • Gorgeous memorial park. Walking distance from my daughter's home. We took our time appreciating the names and dates of the celebrities and people who have passed on. Special day.
  • An oasis in a jungle of steel and glass. I was introduced to this final resting place many years ago. It really is a walk through Hollywood history and royalty. I love it here, it is peaceful as it should be. Take your friends here, it is very interesting.
  • Right smack down in the middle of the city surrounded by buildings in seclusion and oddly enough, tranquility and serenity. You would have never thought that some of thee most famous actors of our time would be buried here.
  • Im not dead i am marilyn monroe formerly named
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