This ornate four-story building looks more like a modern day urban castle than a burial vault. Some of San Francisco finest ... More
Neptune Society Columbarium
This ornate four-story building looks more like a modern day urban castle than a burial vault. Some of San Francisco finest families or rather their ashes, are housed inside, including the Turks and the Eddys. In addition, The Columbarium features a collection of unusual urns and caskets, including the infamous cookie jar urn. The marble-lined space with lovely stained glass windows also has remarkable acoustics, making the concerts performed here on a regular basis a real treat. The Neptune Society Columbarium is owned and operated by the Neptune Society of Nothern California.
Decorated alcoves, whimsical expressions of someone's life - this is a wondrous and yet holy place. Here you can visit the past, and think of the future. The stained glass is awesome and the decorated niches very entertaining!.
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