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The National Museum of Funeral History is an educational experience like no other and offers something for everyone. Discover America’s largest collection of authentic, historical funeral service items. Learn about caskets and coffins, hearses through history, plus the funerals of Presidents, Popes, celebrities and more while you witness the cultural heritage of the funeral service industry and its time-honored tradition of compassion.  

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Visit Our Gift Shop

Visit Our Gift Shop

Visit the Museum's gift shop for a variety of unique gifts and one-of-a-kind trinkets and treasures.

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The Museum Turns 25!

The Museum Turns 25!

Visit the Museum this year as it celebrates its 25th Anniversary, and sign up for our newsletter to hear the latest on new exhibits and events.

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A Tribute to George Barris

A Tribute to George Barris

On exhibit through December 31, 2017!
A Tribute to George Barris is a special exhibit that honors the work of the "original King of Kustomizers." On display is a replica of George Barris' famous 1966 Batmobile, as well as a replica of the casket in which he was buried.

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2018 Charity Golf Classic<br>

2018 Charity Golf Classic

Join us for the Museum’s 24th Annual Golf Classic in May 2018 at Kingwood Country Club. Registration goes live January 1, 2018.

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Rent the Museum for your Upcoming Events

Rent the Museum for your Upcoming Events

The Museum offers a truly unique atmosphere for hosting events. With 10,000 square feet in dining, kitchen and private meeting space, the Museum can accommodate everything from small gatherings to fully-catered events for hundreds of guests.

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Opportunities to Support<br>The History of Cremation

Opportunities to Support
The History of Cremation

The Museum and the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) are teaming up for this special exhibit, opening 2018. To support the Donor Niche Wall or donate an artifact, click "view more."

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New Addition to<br>Presidential Funerals Exhibit

New Addition to
Presidential Funerals Exhibit

View funeral artifacts from the collection of Lee Ward, including the embalming machine used to embalm President Truman.

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