National Museum of Funeral History

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National Museum of Funeral History
National Museum of Funeral History is listed in the Museums category in Houston, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for National Museum of Funeral History which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of National Museum of Funeral History on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for National Museum of Funeral History is:
415 Barren Springs Dr
Houston, TX 77090
(281) 876-3063
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We are delighted to tell you that National Museum of Funeral History was picked by Culture Trip as one of their Texas Local Favorites 2017. Click on the image below to proudly share the good news to help spread the word!
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Holy dead-ringer, Batman! Joe Southern with Fort Bend Star visits the National Museum of Funeral History.
Holy dead-ringer, Batman! It looks like the Batmobile is in a very grave situation! That is to say, a replica of the Batmobile from the 1966 television show is perched as the centerpiece of a display dedicated to its colorful creator, the late George Barris, at the National Museum of Funeral History

Be sure to shop online at the National Museum of Funeral History gift shop for unique items. Here is where you can order http://nmfh.org/shop/

Ken Hoffman with Houston Chronicle had a fun article about his visit to the museum in Sunday's paper today.
In the 1960s, the excited cry meant that Batman and Robin had received a desperate call from Commissioner Gordon … a crime was going down in Gotham City … and the Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder were on their way from stately Wayne Manor to thwart the dastardly Joker or the Riddler or the Penguin. [.....

National Museum of Funeral History with Sherry Williams KHOU and Genevieve Keeney.
We love it when Sherry Williams with #khou comes to visit the museum!


HAPPY NEW YEAR'S EVE! Today we are open from 10AM - 2PM #NMFH https://t.co/A0VEAnQHMO


#FuneralFactFriday The Ring of the Fisherman is removed from a Pope's finger and destroyed when he dies to prevent forged documents.


We are looking forward to the new History of Cremation exhibit set to open in 2018! #NMFH For more info: twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Last chance to see our 9/11 exhibit! Now through December 31 only. #NMFH #Houston More info: ow.ly/qV4W306PN26


SPECIAL THANKS to everyone who helped decorate our memorial tree! #NMFH