With so many crematorium options in Scotland, choosing the right crematorium and the right memorial can feel like an overwhelming task — particularly at a time when you may be feeling vulnerable. To help you, we have collated the information from Google Maps and put it all on the interactive map below. If you hover over a pin on the map you will see that we have included the name, address and opening hours of the crematorium so that you can see at a glance if it meets your criteria.
Crematoriums in Glasgow
Scotland’s first not-for-profit funeral service helps families avoid funeral poverty by offering a direct cremation service throughout mainland Scotland at the one fixed, all-inclusive price of £995. The small team of staff provide personal one-to-one support.
Daldowie Crematorium is a non-denominational crematorium in Glasgow, managed by Glasgow City Council. You can buy a plaque and rose bush for a 5-year period which sits in the rose garden — a beautiful and peaceful location.
South Lanarkshire Crematorium sits in landscaped gardens with views over the Clyde Valley.
They can provide advice on a range of suitable memorial services.
Built in 1962 and inspired by Beaux-Arts, The Linn Crematorium sits on a hillside with beautiful gardens of remembrance.
Opened in 1895, the beautiful, gothic Glasgow Crematorium is Scotland’s oldest cemetery. Stunning gardens which incorporate slate tablets which are available for purchase on a 10-year lease.
Crematoriums in Edinburgh
Edinburgh Crematorium exudes tradition with its classical buildings, set in well-tended gardens. The staff are experienced and will make sure that you are well looked after.
Mortonhall Crematorium is located in woodland, with the Stenhouse Burn providing a beautiful backdrop. They offer a range of services.
Warriston Crematorium is a former stately villa. It now has two multi-faith chapels and offers many memorial options, including black granite sanctums in the Water Gardens.
The privately owned West Lothian Crematorium sits in 25 acres of woodland. The chapel is made from local granite wood with large windows looking out onto the natural surroundings, which provides a beautiful and comforting setting.
Crematoriums in Aberdeen
Balmedie Pet Crematorium offers cremation services for beloved pets. The setting is beautiful, overlooking the stunning Aberdeenshire coastline.
Aberdeen Crematorium is situated in woodland just outside the city centre. If chosen, the ashes can be scattered in the Garden of Remembrance.
Baldarroch Crematorium is situated in a stunning rural location. The multi-faith chapel is decorated with fresh flowers.
Crematoriums in Perth
The chapel at Perth Crematorium is able to seat 160 people with additional standing space and screens and speakers in the foyer for a larger number of mourners. There is also a room reserved for members of the family.
Crematoriums in Inverness
Inverness Crematorium is located in tranquil countryside surroundings. The garden of remembrance is surrounded by peaceful Highland countryside. They are open to funerals of all religious faiths and denominations as well as non-religious.
Nairn Pet Crematorium serves the whole of the Highlands of Scotland with personal cremation services for those who have lost a beloved pet.
All other crematoriums
Falkirk Crematorium is situated in Camelon Cemetery. The crematorium has one chapel, a garden of remembrance and a Book of Remembrance which are all open every day (check the website for opening times).
The Clyde Coast and Garnock Valley Crematorium sits in the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park with spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde. They can provide a bespoke service and are open to all religions.
The crematorium building is constructed in a modern Scandinavian 1950s style and is owned by Inverclyde Council. You can choose to not have a cremation without a service, or you can plan a non-religious or religious service.
Holmsford Bridge Crematorium in Ayrshire has beautiful views of the River Irvine. The gardens of remembrance are open 24 hours a day all year round so that you can visit your loved one’s memorial whenever you feel you need to.
Holytown Crematorium has a large multi-faith chapel and gardens of remembrance where you can choose from a range of memorials.
Kirkcaldy Crematorium has gardens of remembrance plus a book of remembrance which is available during office hours.
Moray Crematorium offers a multi-faith chapel and sits in 6 acres of ground in the Moray countryside, standing on a site that has housed a church for over 200 years and has retained many of the original features.
Woodside Cemetery and Crematorium offers a peaceful and tranquil place to visit. You can walk along the tree-lined paths taking comfort in the history of these beautiful surroundings.
Parkgrove Crematorium is situated within 5 acres of stunning landscaped gardens, surrounded by woodland on the outskirts of the village of Friockheim in Angus.
Roucan Loch Crematorium is situated within a beautiful 50 acre site. There is a forest of remembrance, peace garden and children’s garden for visitors.
Strathisla Pet Crematorium understand that pets become part of your family and offers a fitting ceremony for beloved pets, from small animals to horses.