Manchester Garden Mausoleum

Begun in the 1970s, Manchester Garden Mausoleum took 20 years to build.

Upon approaching the complex, one is struck by the reflecting pool and fountain in the patio area. Entering any of the Side Chapels, one is immediately met by an immense bronze plaque of a patriotic theme. Several of these plaques also serve as a backdrop in the main Garden Chapel

Beneath the entire mausoleum and patio, a lower level contains fourteen hallways—or sanctuaries—of crypts. This building is one of the largest mausoleums in the country.

Notable persons entombed in this building include Flo Hyman, Curt Flood, Johnnie Cochran, and Robin Harris.

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