Frazier History Museum

If your family is anything like our family here at the Frazier, or my family at home, then you are experiencing a great deal of uncertainty and anxiety right now.

It is with that in mind that we are introducing the Frazier’s Virtual Museum, a hub of free entertainment and educational content that you can access from your phone or computer.Throughout this COVID-19 crisis, we are going to engage, educate, inform, and entertain virtually.

So what does that look like?

The museum will be communicating daily content to our Frazier family, our partners, and the media, allowing you and your family to engage museum content from the safety of your home.

Here is an example of the sort of content that folks can expect each and every day:

  1. Video Lessons: One of our Education team members will provide an interactive history lesson or activity for families, like this video on the Annie EGGson Taylor Challenge.
  2. Object Stories: A behind-the-scenes look at one of the objects or artifacts at the Frazier. Check out our first artifact below!
  3. Staff Picks: You’ll get book recommendations chosen by our staff like the below book from Megan Schanie, Manager of School and Teacher Programs.

We know you are adjusting your own lives to ensure the health of your family and our community. We want to help as you settle into the new normal. Social distancing means many of you will be spending more time in isolation, with schools called off and many adults working from home.

We have temporarily postponed all public events and in-person admission to the museum in light of COVID-19, doing our part as a global and corporate citizen to limit the spread of the virus

We are also working on delivering our great Kentucky-themed Museum Store and our over 90 Bourbons available in a different way as well. You’ll hear more about that in our daily communications that will ensure Monday through Friday, indefinitely.

We will see you virtually for now, and we look forward to seeing you in person soon!