Frazier History Museum

829 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202- Map It
(502) 753-5663

AAA Editor Notes

Frazier History Museum is at 829 W. Main St. at 9th St. The three-story museum relates 1,000 years of history through multimedia presentations, educational programming and hands-on learning. A world-class collection of arms, armor and related artifacts are displayed. Featured are artifacts owned by politicians, frontiersmen, soldiers and celebrities. Items include Theodore Roosevelt's “big stick” rifle, the Boone family Bible, a bow owned by Geronimo, and Gen. George Armstrong Custer's ivory-handled Colt pistols. Costumed interpreters portray more than 75 historical figures, including Abraham Lincoln, Joan of Arc, Annie Oakley and Olaudah Equiano. Food is available. Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.
$10.50; $9.50 (military with ID); $8.50 (ages 60+); $7.50 (ages 14-17 and students with ID); $6 (ages 5-13). Additional fees for special exhibits may apply. Parking: $5.
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9-5, Sun. noon-5. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas.