13th Annual Halloween Classic Car Show at the National Museum of Funeral History

The 13th Annual Halloween Classic Car Show at the National Museum of Funeral History brings together a wide variety of cars (including a few hearses), ranging from classic to contemporary, many of which are decorated in spooky decor for a day of fun and entertainment. ‘Halloween.

A variety of cars will be on display, including a few hearses, making it a very lively event featuring great food from local vendors, activities for the kids and more.

This year’s theme will be “A Nightmare at the Museum”. Costumes are encouraged for participants.

About the National Museum of Funeral History

The National Museum of Funeral History houses the largest collection of funeral service artifacts in the country and features renowned exhibits on one of man’s oldest cultural customs.

Visitors can learn about the mourning rituals of ancient civilizations, see up close the authentic objects used at the funerals of American presidents and popes, and explore the rich heritage of the industry – which cares for the dead.


$ 5 for individuals; $ 10 for couples and families. All children must be accompanied by an adult and no large group of children are allowed unless accompanied by their parents.

Entrance to the museum is not included in the tickets for the motor show. Learn more.

Classic Halloween Car Show | Photo courtesy of the National Museum of Funeral History

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