The National Museum of Funeral History A wide variety of hearses are on view at the National Museum of Funeral History in Houston. Some of these date from the late 1800s! Back in those long-gone days, most of these conveyances were horse-drawn. Motorized vehicles did not yet exist. In this post, you can take a […]
Katy Veterans Memorial Museum ( a non-profit entity) honors all those who have served in all wars in which the U.S. has participated. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Katy Post 9182 holds meetings in the sizable room to the back of the museum. The address of the Katy Veterans Memorial Museum and the VFW Post […]
The Rosenberg Railroad Museum is one of six such museums in the State of Texas. The Galveston Railroad Museum is the next closest one found in the Houston Metropolitan Area. Cleburne, Plano, Frisco and San Angelo have the other four locations in Texas. This one is a beauty!
Coffins You Must See to Believe! Custom coffins are not a new idea. History can show us many examples from the past and even the present. However, the symbolic ones from the Greater Accra Region of Ghana created primarily since the 1950s are the most unique and eye-catching ones that I have ever seen. Ga […]
Can you think of a better place to take your family and friends during Halloween than to a funeral museum to experience a haunted house exhibit? It can be done right here in Houston, Texas at the one-of-a-kind National Museum of Funeral History.