Dardistown Burials

    Dardistown Cemetery is a lawn cemetery spanning 42 acres of landscaped grounds. Nestled amongst maturing trees and carefully maintained lawns and gardens, border graves are set out in a symmetrical design - providing a sense of space and a sanctuary for remembering those who rest here.

    How to Arrange a Burial

    Your first port of call is to contact a Funeral Director who will assist you in planning. 

    When it’s time to arrange a funeral, if the deceased wished to be buried, you will need to own a burial plot or grave.  A grave can be bought at the time of arranging the funeral, but more frequently nowadays people are securing a grave in advance for either themselves or their family.  Unlike some cemeteries, a grave or graves can be purchased in advance in the Dardistown Cemetery.

    Family Service and Grave Selection 
    Our experienced staff are here to advise you, whether you have an existing family plot or wish to discuss options for a new one. Dardistown Cemetery is able to offer burial space for new graves for decades to come.   For further information on grave purchase and frequently asked questions when buying a grave please see here

    Please call us for more information or to arrange an appointment.

    Contact Us

    Daily: 10.00–17.00

    Dardistown Cemetery & Crematorium

    Collinstown Cross
    Old Airport Road
    Co. Dublin
    K67 HP26

    01 842 4677


    Further Information

    Family History

    If you have relatives buried in Dardistown Cemetery, you can search within our Archive, which contains records of all those buried here since the cemetery opened. Please contact our Burial Records & Genealogy service.

    Reception Venues

    If you wish to hold a post-funeral reception near Dardistown, a list of venues within 5 minutes drive of the cemetery is here.

    Help & Questions

    Our experienced staff are happy to answer any questions you may have about our services and locations, and will work with you to fulfil the wishes of the deceased. Some common questions about cremations and burials are answered here.