Enjoy week-long free admission for veterans & active military at NMFH

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Take advantage of free museum entry for military servicemen and women at the National Museum of Funeral History’s Veterans Appreciation Week from Sunday, November 8 through Saturday, November 14, 2020.

In honor of Veterans Day, the National Museum of Funeral History (NMFH) is giving back to past and active military by offering free general admission to veterans and active military servicemen and women for an entire week.

Veterans Day celebrates all those who served in the military, whether in war or peace. The museum features several exhibits that pay tribute to those who have so bravely served and given their lives for our country, including the 9/11 and Fallen Heroes Tribute, Presidential Funerals, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and Reflections on the Wall—a photography exhibit on the dedication of the Vietnam Memorial.

Click here for a complete list of exhibits at the National Museum of Funeral History.

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Courtesy of National Museum of Funeral History | Photo: Myke Toman

About the National Museum of Funeral History

Since 1992, the National Museum of Funeral History has housed the country’s largest collection of funeral service artifacts in 30,500 square feet of exhibit space and features 16 permanent 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 that cares for the dead.

Social Distancing & COVID-19

Businesses in Houston have opened under modified protocols, following guidelines administered by local health officials, the State of Texas and CDC. At this time, guidance from experts urges people to continue wearing face masks when in public spaces, practice social distancing of at least six feet, limit your touching of surfaces and frequently use hand sanitizer or soap and water to keep your hands clean.

Before heading out, take time to familiarize with your destination’s requirements or restrictions at this moment, and be sure to contact them ahead of time with any questions or concerns.

Veterans Appreciation Week 2020 at NMFH

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Photo courtesy of National Museum of Funeral History

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