Frazier History Museum

School Programs

Experience. Educate. Investigate.

The Frazier History Museum’s school programs are the driving force behind our mission and primary reason for existence – helping some of our most important visitors: students, learn from the past in order to create a better future. Through a variety of school programs, both in the museum and in the classroom, as well as teacher workshops, the Frazier Museum takes the historic content “off the page” and makes it relevant to our lives today. Please review our full menu of offerings in the boxes below.

Looking for more details? Click here to see our 2017-2018 School Programs Guide.

The Frazier is pleased to work with local schools to bring an Edgar Allan Poe-inspired student artwork display to the museum every year in conjunction with our An Evening with Poe performance series. Click here to see the gallery of Poe student artwork, on display through 2018.

Want to stay up to date on special opportunities for students and teachers?  Sign up here for our Educator Newsletter to receive monthly email updates on upcoming exhibits, programming opportunities and teacher trainings. 

Curious about what you'll see at the Museum today or for a future visit? Here's our current schedule of events 

Special thanks to our Bridge to History  Sponsors

Through our Bridge to History project we are able to offer FREE admission and partial transportation reimbursement to Title One schools in the following counties: Jefferson, Hardin, Bullitt, Spencer, Shelby, Oldham (Kentucky) and Floyd, Clark and Harrison (Indiana). Funds are limited and will be allocated on a first come/first serve basis. 

Funding for this project was generously provided by the following donors: Louisville Metro Government, LG&E/KY Community Investment Fund, William E. Barth Foundation, and Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County.