Golders Green Jewish Cemetery
It was opened in 1895. The cemetery is divided into two parts, the West Side (used by West London Synagogue), where the graves are marked with an upright stone, and the East Side (used by the Spanish & Portuguese Jews' Congregation). The East Side is a traditional Sephardi cemetery (one of the few left in London) and the gravestones are laid horizontally. Just inside the gates is a small building, with two halls for burial services, and a drinking fountain.
- Philip Guedalla, English barrister and biographer
- Sir Frederic Cowen, British pianist, conductor and composer
- Julia Goodman, British portrait painter
- Basil Henriques, Jewish philanthropist
- Leslie Lord Hore-Belisha, British Liberal politician
- Gerald Isaacs, 2nd Marquess of Reading, British Conservative politician and barrister
- Rufus Isaacs, 1st Marquess of Reading, British Liberal politician and barrister, after cremation
- Arthur Löwenstamm (1882 – 1965), theologian, writer and rabbi in Berlin and in London
- Sir Philip Magnus, educational reformer
- Jacqueline du Pré (1945 – 1987), English cellist, who converted to Judaism in 1967
- Hugo Gryn, rabbi, broadcaster and Auschwitz survivor
- Jack Rosenthal, English playwright
- John Simon, British Liberal politician and barrister
- Werner van der Zyl (1902 – 1984), rabbi in Berlin and in London
Grave of Jacqueline du Pré
- Meller, Hugh & Brian Parsons, London Cemeteries: an illustrated guide and gazetteer, The History Press, 2008, ISBN 978-0-7509-4622-3.
The cemetery is easily reached with public transport:
- Bus: 82, 460, 210, all have stops nearby
- Train: There is no station close by, Hampstead Heath or Hendon are probably the closest
- Underground: Golders Green (five minutes walk)
- "Golders Green Cemetery (Hoop Lane Cemetery West and Hoop Lane Cemetery East)". London Gardens Online. London Parks and Gardens Trust. Retrieved 6 June 2013.
-  CWGC Cemetery Report. Breakdown obtained from casualties record.