The National Museum of Funerary History is one of Houston's more eclectic museum venues, but definitely a fascinating excursion for anyone interested in funerary arts and history.
The museum's collection spans thousands of years and includes exhibits about the earliest forms of embalming as well as the funerary customers from all over the world. While there are always temporary exhibits on display, the museum features several permanent exhibitions devoted to topics like presidential funerals, 19th century mourning objects, and the Day of the Dead. If you're a history buff, you'll enjoy this museum for its multitude of historic artifacts that are bound to excite interest.
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