Frazier History Museum

Combined Field Trips

The Frazier Museum is pleased to team up with with both Locust Grove and Kentucky Science Center, to offer a selection collaborative field trip packages.  We’ve matched our hands-on, engaging programs with corresponding movies offered in the Science Center’s 4-Story Digital Theater, resulting in a seamless day of learning for students.  The Frazier has also teamed up with Locust Grove for a combined field trip as well!

Not only will your students benefit from an exciting, all-day learning experience, but we’ve made it easy for you – simply make your reservation at the Frazier Museum, ask about the second location, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Ready to book? Please fill out this form and our Education Department will contact you to book your program.  Questions? Reach us at (502)753-5663.

Please Note: payment will be made separately at each location.

Frazier Museum & Kentucky Science Center Combined Field Trip Options:

American Independence Package

5th – 8th grade students / minimum of 15, maximum of 120 students

The Frazier History Museum’s Declaring Your Independence program explores the theme of independence throughout American history, specifically focusing on the events leading up to the American Revolution. Students remain actively engaged during an interactive class session, gallery exploration, and live performance. A corresponding visit to view the 45 minute digital movie We the People at the Kentucky Science Center will introduce students to this powerful and inspiring story of America’s founding documents and the people who wrote, shaped and tested them.

Kentucky Package

3rd – 5th grades / minimum of 15, maximum of 120 students

In the Frazier History Museum’s Kentucky Pioneers and Tools of the Trade program, students make discoveries about the lives and hardships of early Kentucky pioneers through object-based learning and guided inquiry during the interactive class session, gallery exploration and live performance.  A quick walk to the Kentucky Science Center allows them to enjoy a 30 minute viewing of KentuckyShow!.  Experience the people, sights and sounds of the state woven together into an exploration of Kentucky’s past, present and choices for the future. 


Lewis & Clark Package 

3rd- 12th grades / minimum of 15, maximum of 120 students

Available beginning April 13, 2015

Don’t miss your opportunity to immerse your students in a full day study of Lewis & Clark and the Corp of Discovery! A visit to the Frazier History Museum will include access to the temporary exhibit The Lewis and Clark Experience as well as a live performance related to the theme. Afterwards, students will enjoy a 45 minute viewing of the digital movie “Lewis and Clark: Great Journey West” at the Kentucky Science Center. With stunning aerial cinematography and meticulous recreations, Lewis & Clark dramatizes the legendary early 19th-century expedition that crossed the uncharted North American West.