Guide to Funeral Directors in Little Rock

Little Rock is situated on the south bank of the Arkansas River. It is the county seat of Pulaski County, the capital of Arkansas, and its most populous city, with a population currently in excess of 197,000.

There are 10 funeral homes in Little Rock, the majority of which are within a five mile radius of the center. The wide variety of funeral homes in Little Rock gives bereaved families and individuals a range of options when laying a loved one to rest.

There are upwards of 20 cemeteries and memorial parks in Little Rock, including Little Rock National Cemetery on Springer Boulevard, Mount Holly Cemetery on South Broadway Street, and Roselawn Memorial Park on Asher Avenue.

Prominent places of worship in Little Rock include the First Presbyterian Church on Scott Street, Synagogue Agudath Achim on West 5th Street, the Islamic Center of Little Rock on Anna Street, and the Radha Madhav Hindu Temple on Frazier Pike.

In Arkansas a funeral director has ten days in which to register a death with the local records office. If burial does not occur within 24 hours then embalming or refrigeration is a requirement; this rises to 48 hours in the case of cremation. Burial must take place in an established cemetery, but there are few restrictions as to where ashes may be scattered.

Search by area or ZIP code now to find local Little Rock funeral homes near you. Order search results by best rated, most reviewed or nearest to quickly and easily compare funeral homes. Click on a funeral home’s profile to read customer reviews, learn more about the services they provide, and get in touch to begin making funeral arrangements for your loved one.

Nearest Funeral Homes (Little Rock)