Frazier History Museum

Programming Available for Scout Groups

Second Saturdays

A great day for Scouts to visit is each month’s Second Saturday, because of the extra learning opportunities available to all visitors. These special activity days feature crafts, games, hands-on opportunities and performances revolving around a selected theme-of-the-month. Some months may involve activities on all three floors of the museum, others may involve activities based solely in the Education Center.

Check our Calendar for upcoming themes.

Cost: all activities FREE with Museum admission.

Length: activities from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Please complete this form and Mick Sullivan, Manager of Youth and Family Programs, will contact you to book your visit.

 

Girl Scout Day – May 20th 11:00-3:00

Special The Hunger Games: The Exhibition offer for Girl Scouts

Can one person change the world? Does every hero have to make big choices, or can small gestures shape the world? These are some of the great questions The Hunger Games: The Exhibition makes us consider.  Katniss Everdeen found confidence and a sense of self by acting out of love for her family and community. By the end of the saga she was a hero to her nation, but her heroism goes beyond the page and screen. Katniss’ story is inspirational to girls and boys - and women and men - all over the world today.

Beyond her fictional role, Jennifer Lawrence has committed herself to her Louisville, through the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation, which has given millions to schools in need, arts organizations and more.  The Frazier is proud to announce that a portion of every full priced ticket purchased to The Hunger Games: The Exhibition will go to the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation. While you’re here, stop by the day’s special Be The Change Station to discover ways you and your fellow scouts can volunteer in your community. 

We’re thrilled to share The Hunger Games: The Exhibition with our community and excited to offer a special opportunity for our partners at The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana.

This day only, any current Girl Scout and one accompanying adult will receive the special education rate of $15 each (savings of over $10).

No Refunds, No Exchanges

Pre-purchase required

 

 

Self Guided Visits

Groups that prefer to experience the museum on their own may register in advance for a self-guided visit. After a brief introduction to the museum, participating groups have time to explore the galleries, visit any special exhibits and view live performances on the daily schedule. Specific performances or time periods may be requested for one live performance.

Cost: $6 per student/$6.50 with lunch room rental

Length: we recommend approximately 2 hours for a self-guided visit.

Group Size: Minimum of 15/Maximum of 300

Please complete this form and Mick Sullivan, Manager of Youth and Family Programs, will contact you to book your visit.

Guided Programs

Led by a professional museum educator, children participate in a hands-on session in the museum classroom, embark on gallery explorations and watch a live performance (choice of performances is based on the program, actor availability and the age of the children). 

Cost: $7 per student/$7.50 with lunch room rental

Length: 2 hours/2.5 hours with time for lunch

Group Size: Minimum of 15/Maximum of 70-130 students, depending on the program.

Please complete this form and Mick Sullivan, Manager of Youth and Family Programs, will contact you to book your visit.

Need more information?

To receive automatic updates on Scout programs once information is available, contact Mick Sullivan, Coordinator of Youth and Public Programs at (502)753-5660.