Chapel of the Chimes has been a historical part of Oakland for more than a century. Since Chapel of the Chimes’ doors first opened in 1909, families from throughout Northern California have been traveling near and far to put their loved ones to rest in this beautiful and scenic chapel. Chapel of the Chimes is home to thousands of people who graced history, including several famous faces. Take a look at this infographic to learn more about the rich history of one of Oakland’s most prized historic buildings and to see why Chapel of the Chimes is among the most comprehensive end-of-life service and cremation venues in the region. You’ll also learn about the diverse options for funeral services and cremation in Oakland. Feel free to share this infographic with anyone you know who is interested in the interesting and dynamic history of the Bay Area.