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The Frazier History Museum is a world-class museum that provides an unforgettable journey through history with ever-changing and interactive exhibits, daily performances by costumed interpreters and engaging special events and programs. To...more
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This museum sort of blew my mind. Their exhibits were so well done and offered you so much information. I'm not usually one who enjoys doing a lot of reading but I didn't mind at all here. I think the beautiful and colorful exhibits just...More
The Frazier History Museum may be small in size but not in aspirations. The exhibits are bursting with detailed information and are presented in a multitude of forms. For example, the Prohibition Exhibit presents the history of prohibition from the passage of the 18th Amendment...More
So I went to the Frazier Museum on the last (or second to last) day of the Hunger Games Exhibit. I won't talk about the exhibit as it was a traveling exhibit and took up two floors. I only got to see the Lewis &...More
We’ve never been to Frazier but our teenage grandson has and suggested this activity on this cold dreary afternoon. We’re so glad he did as we absolutely were surprised and delighted by our visit to this wonderful museum!
To our delight, they had the Nutcracker...More
My friend and I sped through this museum and were underwhelmed by its permanent collection. I certainly don't recommend that adults without children in their party pay to go to this museum. I think it's certainly geared more towards children. When we were there, there...More
My wife wanted to do something on her day off so I got on line and found the Frazier History Museum.
When we arrived we were told the best way is to take the elevator to the 3rd floor and work our way down. Did...More
The museum has three levels, and several exhibits. There is a permanent exhibit on toy soldiers, with a room devoted to that on the first floor, and toy soldier displays also scattered throughout the rest of the museum.
Two other permanent exhibitions are on the...More
We were looking for something to do in town other than bourbon so we bought a Groupon and headed here. The museum is nice but is clearly aimed at a younger audience (it was just my wife and I). Lots of big, simple graphics. Lots...More
My husband really enjoys reading and learning about history and I love Poe since I performed some of his works while in college so this was our first introduction to the Frazier History Museum. I would have given it a 5 except the main page...More