The Frazier Museum brings visitors face-to-face with world-famous figures and events that shaped the course of human history, but also with many ordinary folks whose stories you’ve probably never heard.
We’re thrilled to announce our lineup of programming, aimed at visitors of all ages
Live performances by our staff of “Teaching Artists,” or costumed actors/historians, are held daily in the Brown-Forman Theatre and the Champagne Parlor. With a rotation drawn from over 90 performances, the product of countless hours of research, script-writing, editing and rehearsing by our Interpretations Department, the Frazier brings history to life for its visitors. Witness firsthand the tales of knights and soldiers of Medieval Europe and Asia, as well as riverboat gamblers and everyday people from all walks of life!
~ 30 minutes, including Q&A
Experience the people, sights and sounds of the state woven together in a high-definition production that will excite your senses and steal your heart. This breathtaking multimedia show explores the ways Kentucky’s past, present, and choices for the future converge to create an utterly unique and powerfully engaging place. Check the schedule for daily times and dates.
~ 32 minutes
Artifact-based talks and activities led by our staffers are now offered daily. Topics range from animal warriors and bourbon aromas to card games, drummer boys and teddy bears; Tudor fashion, rifle technology and Samurai culture in Edo Japan. Curatorial staff members are offering tutorials on how to properly care for collectibles and lessons on how lighting can damage an artifact over time.
~ 15 minutes
Performances by Our Talented Teaching Artists
Click on the photos below to view a comprehensive list of some of our most popular live performances!