Maryhill Catholic Cemetery & Mausoleum


Consecrated in 1961, Maryhill Catholic Cemetery, located in Niles, Illinois, spans 251 acres and has over 63,000 interments (as of 12/31/22).

The name “Maryhill” pays homage to “Jasna Góra” (which translates to “bright hill” in Polish), which is the site of the shrine dedicated to the sacred icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, also referred to as the Black Madonna and serves as a popular pilgrimage site. The cemetery features a memorial erected by the Polish Veterans, honoring those who fought abroad and in America under the Polish flag.

Another prominent feature of Maryhill is the shrine honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patron Saint of the Americas, Our Lady of Czestochowa, Queen of Poland and St. John Paul II.

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8600 N. Milwaukee Avenue
Niles, IL 60714

Hours of Operation

  • Cemetery Grounds

    Mon - Sun 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

    Closed Now
  • Office

    Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

    Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    Closed Now




It's beautiful, serene, well maintained
Mitzi D.
This cemetery is very nice. They are extremely helpful with questions. Thank you so much!
S. E.
Serene well-kept resting place for my loved one enjoy the beauty and tranquility
Susan R.
Beautiful cemetery... Grounds always kept clean. If a grave needs to be cared for just call and report it and they take good care of the Graves. Thank you Maryhill for taking care of my family and friends.
Sweeta P.
Aesthetically it is very beautiful and nice of course it is still a cemetery so it has an air of seriousness and sorrow I feel like this place does its job very well
T. R.
Hard thing to do after my sis passed but they made me feel comfortable and prices where good. The cemetery always looks great when I visit.
William V.
Their affordable plans made it so easy for me to take care of it on my own and not burden my family. Plus as a Catholic I am so grateful to be buried in a Catholic cemetery.
Linda D.

I am pleased with how easy it was to pick out our grave spots.
Highly recommended.

Bernadette B.


For more than 180 years, the Catholic Cemeteries of Chicago have served as a foundation to families, joining generations through Peace of Mind, Tradition and Faith.

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