Spy cars in disguise at the Halloween Car Show at the NMFH

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Photo courtesy of the National Museum of Funeral History

Check out more than 150 cars during the 8th Annual Halloween Car Show at the National Museum of Funeral History on Halloween Day, Saturday, October 31, 2015.

UPDATE 10/22/15: Given expected inclement weather, the Halloween Car Show was rescheduled from its original date of Saturday, October 24 and moved to Halloween Day, Saturday, October 31, 2015. The National Museum of Funeral History, along with its family friendly Haunted House and Myths and Legends of the Graveyard exhibit will still be open and welcoming guest during normal hours on Saturday, October 24, 2015 and Sunday, October 25, 2015. 

Now in its eighth year, the Halloween Car Show is a gathering of over 150 cars, ranging from classic to contemporary. The collection spans the last century, with both horse drawn vehicles and motorized carriages, many decked out in spooky décor for a day of Halloween fun.

Visitors can explore the show, snappy spooky or tongue-in-cheeky selfies in front of the automobiles, while basking in a great fall festival atmosphere. A variety of cars will be featured, including a few hearses, making for a very lively event, featuring tasty barbecue, sweet cupcakes, a live DJ and silent auction. Kiddos also get into the spirit with face painting and arts and crafts. Decorated cars will be judged by Blast from the Past Street Machines of Texas from 10 am to 2 pm and awards will be announced at 3 pm.

Proceeds from the Halloween Car Show benefit Star of Hope, Morning Glory Ranch, The Shriner’s Burn Hospital, Houston Food Bank and The USO.

Other Halloween Attractions at the National Museum of Funeral History 

You’ll also want to stick around to visit the National Museum of Funeral History’s many exhibits, including the family friendly Haunted House and the interactive Myths and Legends of the Graveyard exhibit, which will be open until 5pm. Admission to the museum is an extra charge of $10 for adults and $7 for children 6 to 11. Admission to the Haunted House is separate; $5 adults, $3 kids 11 and under; tickets to Haunted House are half price when purchased with museum admission.

Both the Haunted House and Myths and Legends of the Graveyard Exhibit will remain at the museum until Monday, November 2. Sunday, November 1, the museum will host its annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration.

About the National Museum of Funeral History       

The National Museum of Funeral History houses the country’s largest collection of funeral service artifacts and features renowned exhibits on one of man’s oldest cultural customs. Visitors can discover the mourning rituals of ancient civilizations, see up-close the authentic items used in the funerals of U.S. Presidents and popes and explore the rich heritage of the industry – which cares for the dead.

Halloween Car Show at the National Museum of Funeral History

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