Sign Up for aN Individual Tour
We can arrange a campus tour to fit your schedule. The tour lasts approximately one hour and are available daily, including evenings and weekends by appointment. Please contact us to set up your personal tour.
Tours last approximately one hour, in which time we will discuss the program, the school and the funeral service profession to make sure funeral service is right for you.
The tour of the facility includes classrooms, mock embalming room, Marketing / Arrangement room and a museum of historical artifacts from the funeral service profession.
Exploring our Campus
Our campus is based in the heart of Norwood, Massachusetts. Just thirty minutes from downtown Boston, we offer the close-knit feeling of a small town with the resources of a bustling city.
FMC’s campus is located at 150 Kerry Place in Norwood, Massachusetts. The facility contains three multimedia classrooms, a classroom/lecture room, mock embalming room, mock arrangements room, media center with multiple computer stations, two conference rooms and a student lounge area including kitchen facilities.
FMC houses a museum that highlights many historical funeral related equipment, tools, and artifacts.
FMC's facility provides equal access for those with physical challenges
Exploring the City of Boston
Boston has something to offer for everyone. Whether you’re dying to explore its historic streets or hang out in one of our many open-air coffee shops, there’s so much to see. Boston is one of the best cities in the country to go to college. You’re at the center of a global community with a colorful past in politics, medicine, literature, and the performing arts.
- Explore Boston on Foot:
Find historic, cultural and neighborhood walking tours starting right from our convention centers and leading you around America’s walking city.
- Boston.com Events Listing:
Find unique, local and upcoming events.
- Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau:
Offers a complete look at events and activities in the Greater Boston area whether you are a casual tourist or planning a group outing.
- Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA):
View train, subway, bus and boat schedules, use the MBTA Trip Planner to map your route, and purchase or reload your “Charlie Card.”
- Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism:
Explore all Massachusetts has to offer, from Cape Cod to the Berkshires and everything in between. Find lodging, transportation options and information about events happening statewide.
Your source of information for all things Boston Logan International Airport including flight arrival and departure information, flight tracking tools, and parking rates and locations.
- Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum:
Set on the water a short walk from the BCEC, the Boston Tea Party Ships and museum showcases Boston’s and America’s history and unique colonial charm. The museum is perfect for a tourist, but also has ample room for group tours and events in Abigail’s Tea Room and Terrace.
And if you’re looking to leave the city, Massachusetts has plenty to offer as well. The state is famous for its colonial history and is home to the beginnings of the United States. And aside from its history, there are opportunities ranging from skiing to road trips through the fall forests and relaxing at Cape Cod.