National Museum of Funeral History


Ever wondered how one might go about embalming a body on a battlefield? Or what a chicken-shaped coffin looks like? Or what it would be like to work in a casket factory? Find out the answers to all of these and more at the National Museum of Funeral History, which avers that "every day above ground is a good one." Stop in the gift shop to buy a souvenir casket paperweight, syringe-shaped pen, or baseball cap bearing the slogan "In dog years, I'm dead."


415 Barren Springs Dr
Houston, TX 77090


29.98986200, -95.43039700
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(281) 876-3063

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