Frazier International History Museum

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Facility:Frazier International History Museum
Description:For an unforgettable journey through 1,000 years of history covering two continents - visit the Frazier! History comes alive in this 100,000 sq. ft., state of the art museum encompassing 3 floors. You can relive historical events that challenged our ancestors. Here you can meet heroes, generals, and famous leaders of America and the world whose military victories - and defeats - changed history.
Address 1:829 West Main Street
Address 2:
Zip Code:40202-2619
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Hours:Mon-Sat: 9a-5p; Sun: Noon-5p;
CLOSED Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
Admission:Adults $9; Military $8; Seniors (60+) $7; Children under 14 $6; Students w/ ID $6; Children UNDER 5 FREE
Audio Tour $3 additional for each visitor, including Children under 5. Call for Group Rates.
Telephone:(502) 753-5663
Website:Visit Website
Kristina P, Co-op Member
This is one of my family's favorite destinations. We take all out of state visitors to the Frazier Museum. My younger two boys (ages 6 and 9) enjoy taking the museum at a fast clip, only pausing long enough to admire everything casually, while listening to the audio 'tour.' The audio tour is well worth the extra cost, by the way. My older son, age 12, spends many happy hours here. He is a history buff, and has spent approximately 20 hours here in the last year.

The interpreters are quite good and answer most questions. Prior to visiting, you can visit the museum's website to see what interpretations will be available the day you will be visiting, and what age levels they are appropriate for. This way you can tailor your visit to meet your needs or interests.
Rebecca A., Co-op Member
We really enjoyed our trip to the Frazier Museum. There were wonderful exhibits and interactive shows and tours. They have special exhibits that come in and change periodically. The boys really enjoyed the sword fighting. The actors were in period dress and stayed around to answer questions after they were done. It was awesome!
HillaryM, Co-op Member
Our whole family enjoyed our day at the Frazier. We had checked on line for the schedule of interpretations and planned our day around this. My younger children enjoyed the hands-on features, too. We are glad we bought a membership so we can visit again (and again!). We were there in between the 'visiting exhibits' and still spent 3 hours. Their website tells of strollers available. These are simple umbrella strollers, so beware if your little one is not big enough for this kind.
Alicia W, Co-op Member
We love history! There is so much to see here, it took us 3 visits to get through it all! Christmas time is especially nice!
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