Sure, children are the future – but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a blast learning about the past!
The Frazier Museum offers a variety of exhibits, gallery experiences, events and programs designed to help families have fun and experience history together.
We even have special programming just for kids. Each month, on the second Saturday of the month, the Frazier Museum presents an event exploring a different theme. These events, called SECOND SATURDAYS, are designed for children who love learning about true stories from other times and other cultures.
View our calendar of SECOND SATURDAY programming here! There's no need to register to be able join in on the fun! Programming is included with the cost of admission and free for Members.
FEBRUARY 11th 11AM - 3PM : THE LOUISVILLE STORY - 100 GREAT COURIER-JOURNAL PHOTOGRAPHS
If "A picture is worth a thousand words," then you are in for a whole lot of stories!
The Frazier’s newest exhibition, 100 Great Courier-Journal Photographs, will be the centerpiece for this day full of terrific tales of our own hometown.
CJ Photographers Bill Luster and Pat McDonogh will be present in the gallery from 11:00am to 1:00pm, discussing the images and the stories behind them!
While you're here for Second Saturday, join us in our community art project to create a large colorful map of Louisville and help us by creating 3D markers for the people and places YOU think are important.
Kids can make a toy guitar in honor of Sylvester Weaver, an African American Louisville musician who made history.
Explore our galleries with a special African American History Guide Visit our hands on touch stations and see the day's live performances.
Still want more of the Frazier? View our list of Summer Camps here!