Frazier History Museum

The Frazier Museum is especially keen to welcome Grandparents to the museum! We think that our line-up of exhibitions and programs will evoke a wide range of emotions, and provide quality family time that is both educational AND engaging to guests of all ages. Click here for more information about our offerings.

Exhibits on display tell a wide range of stories: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor, an immersive exhibition take a look at the day that changed the world through the stories of individuals who experienced the attack on Pearl Harbor. Spirits of the Bluegrass: Prohibition and Kentucky, and Kentucky By Design present different windows into the past of our city and region. The Lewis and Clark Experience and Stewart Toy Soldier Gallery offer opportunities to play as you learn. See the ‘Exhibitions’ tab, above, for exhibit dates and descriptions.

In addition to gallery exhibitions, Grandparents tell us that they appreciate:
• Active play areas and daily performances to engage learners of all ages
• Easily accessible location in downtown Louisville
• Convenient on-site parking
• Plentiful seating
• Average visit duration of two hours

 Upcoming Quarterly Grandparents’ Lounge

Our newest Grandparent initiative: a quarterly Grandparents’ Lounge, makes its debut on Saturday, January 14, 2017 (11 a.m. – 3 p.m.)during our Second Saturday Programming . Grandparents and those in their care will be invited to relax, take light refreshments, and engage in some quiet event-themed activities.

We hope to see you here at the Frazier!