About The Museum
The National Museum of Funeral History opened its doors on the evening of October 18, 1992 . Mr. Robert L. Waltrip founded the Museum after 25 years of dreaming of an institution that would educate the public and preserve the rich heritage of the funeral industry. With over 35,500 square feet of exhibition space the NMFH is the largest educational center on Funeral Heritage in the United States and perhaps the world. The museums goal is to continue to preserve and expand it’s one of a kind collection.