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This Death-Themed Museum In Texas Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

You would never expect an attraction that’s so utterly bizarre to be hiding in a quiet corner of Houston.

The National Museum of Funeral History is a collection of artifacts and memorabilia relating to the history of death and dying. It chronicles how people from across the world have dealt with the fact of death and the logistics of corpses over thousands of years.

The National Museum of Funeral History can be found at 415 Barren Springs Drive, Houston.

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