Bohemian National Cemetery's most unique feature is its crematorium and chapel building, erected in 1913. In the front of the building are three columbarium sections, in which urns of human ashes are kept. To the rear, beneath the main dome, is a nonsectarian chapel.
The bronze statue in front of the crematorium is Albin Polasek's The Mother, commissioned for the cemetery's 50th year jubilee in 1927. Polasek designed another famous monument in Bohemian National Cemetery, which will be seen later.
This building was prominently featured in the film U.S. Marshalls. A fugitive played by Wesley Snipes entered the front doors, trailing a rogue government agent. The chapel area, basement, and main corridor were shown, slightly modified.