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Louisville - Frazier History Museum

829 West Main Street
502-753-5663

Mission:

The Frazier Museum’s mission is to provide experiences that encourage inquiry as a catalyst for building individual respect and cooperation.

Vision:

The Frazier Museum’s vision is to create a community where citizens use their knowledge of history to avoid conflict and resolve problems.

About Us

As exclusive home of the Royal Armouries USA, the Frazier History Museum is a world-class museum, providing a journey through over 1,000 years of history with interactive and ever-changing exhibits, performances by costumed interpreters and engaging special events and programs



Reviews

Cynthia House

Rating:
Thursday, April 5, 2018
I was only able to view happenings on the first floor for a short time. The Museum was very interesting. There were a lot of people flowing in & out who seemed very satisfied with their visit or tour. There was even a luncheon being held on the first floor. I really liked the Gift Shop with great, historical books,etc., & delectable treats ,& the restroom was nice & clean. Good place to take family & friends.

Hope Hornung

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Great value. Discounts after 4 for anyone who comes near closing. Lots of local products in gift shop to support Kentucky merchants. Mostly toy soldiers when we were there. Loved the photos from around the different counties. Strange to see what the photographer chose to represent the different areas of our great state.

Tyler Rose

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Saturday, March 3, 2018
I went here to look at the Hunger Games exhibit and had a fun time looking at the lore and the behind the scenes stuff. I've gone here before for school trips and every time I go I learn something new, if that matters. Great place to go for history and some of the special exhibits have been really cool. Highly suggest you visit if you have the chance.

Noelle Raque

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Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018
Love going to 2nd Saturday of the month! It gave us an opportunity to see what exhibits are new at the museum. Plus participate in the themed activities. Loved the Presidential Love Letters read, the toy soldiers and interactive Lewis and Clark Section are all Awesome! My son, whose 8, loved it and we stayed 3 hrs.

Marion Calabro

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Saturday, March 3, 2018
Great museum with something for everyone. A mixture of Kentucky history that stands alone as well as how it blends with broader American experiences. Thee collection of figurines is as remarkable as it is diverse. The Lewis and Clark Experience would be great for kids, very immersive. An excellent stop if you're in the area.

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