About Mortonhall Crematorium
Cremation in Edinburgh
Mortonhall Crematorium is situated on the south side of Edinburgh in a mature woodland setting. The crematorium, created by the architect Sir Basil Spence, was opened in February 1967.
To arrange a cremation at Mortonhall, you can speak to your funeral director or contact us directly.
Facilities at Mortonhall
- Main Chapel (seating for 250)
- Pentland Chapel (seating for 50)
- Religious symbols representing Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, San, Sikhism and Tao. All symbols can be covered for non-religious services
- an organ, ipod docking station, CD and tape playing equipment in both chapels
- downloadable music system, with the majority of music able to be sourced
- outside speakers for Main chapel for when there is not enough room within the chapel for all mourners
- disabled parking and removable pew for wheelchairs in both chapels. A wheelchair is also available
- deaf aid loop system in both chapels
- waiting room with toilets, including disabled toilet
- car park within the grounds.
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