Through the month of October, the National Museum of Funeral History in Houston is spooking things up with haunting exhibits and activities.
The museum’s third Annual Haunted House caters to young and old alike in a family-friendly thrill. The Dracula Cemetery Exhibition showcases the story of the real Dracula, Vlad “The Impaler” Tepes. The original Dracula book will be on display and guests are invited to participate in a coffin photo shoot complete with a cape and fangs!
For those looking for something a little less freaky, the museum’s seventh Annual Halloween Car Show will showcase classic cars and costumed owners Saturday Oct. 25, with proceeds benefiting Star of Hope, DePelchin Children’s Center, the Shriner’s Burn Hospital, Houston Food Bank and the USO.
To wrap things up, the museum will host a Dia de los Muertos celebration the first weekend in November.