The Frazier History Museum is offering FREE admission today, January 11th, from 9:00-5:00. My natives sure are restless, already jaded with the falling snow and tired of watching movies, so what a better way to keep their minds stimulated than with Frazier's collection of more than a 1000 years of history.
View live demonstrations like sword fighting and role-playing or the two permanent collections: the Frazier Museum Collection featuring American and international artifacts and the British Royal Armories. Current exhibits include "The Good, The Bad, The Cuddly," a collection of toys from children's favorite movies and "Water Works" an exhibit celebrating 150 years of the Louisville Water Company. Plus, there's weapons and these are always a hit for my son no matter how hard I try to persuade him otherwise.
For more information, visit www.fraziermuseum.org or call (502) 753-5663.
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