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This is a collection of memorabilia from famous peoples' funerals, and it's located in the Toland-Herzig funeral home. It is interesting because there is such a wide range of history on display. Almost everything is wall-mounted, so the place is probably kid-proof.
I found out about this from a brochure; it's not listed in the AAA book (unfortunately I'm discovering this fact more and more about other attractions too). Nobody bothers you; spend as much time as you'd like. There were no viewings going on, but where...More
Many visitors come to our Beautiful Tuscarawas valley, for the great Amish food and many quaint shops and stores. One of the many interesting stops on your way to Amish country should be this museum. It is located 3 blocks East of the IS77 ramp...More
I wish I had a picture of the look on my wife's face when I pulled in to the parking lot of this place! My youngest son wanted to know why we were at a pet crematory. He thought it was because I don't like...More
We had a friend tell us about this place and although it sounded a little quirky we decided to go there and see it. There is a short video you watch at the beginning where the gentleman who owns the funeral home tells you how...More
plan on spending upwards of 2 hours. there are so many artifacts of important people that have passed located thruout the funeral home. upon arriving at the destination the funeral home director greeted us at the door and was very informative of how to get...More
I stopped here after visiting the Warther Museum which is only a short drive away. The place was quiet and I was the only one there. The exhibits start right when you come in the door in the hallway. There is a large room packed...More
It's interesting what one mans hobby of autographs has turned into. This museum is unlike any museum I have ever see. It's a wonderful, interesting collection of famous peoples final event on this earth. I encourage everyone to place this on their must see list.
This is a museum that is new to the area, a gentleman that works at one of our local funeral homes started collecting memorable items from famous peoples funerals. And he would have it on display at the funeral home in the hallways. Everybody really...More