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Teddy Bear

During a hunt in 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt refused to kill a Black Bear. After political cartoons depicting the incident were published, toy-makers started creating “Teddy Bears.”

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12:30 pm Day in the Life: The Cowboy

A cowboy describes life in the 19th century American West. An interactive presentation geared toward children up to age twelve.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:45 pm Olaudah Equiano

The first ex-slave to publish his memoirs describes his trials and travails as a ten-year-old boy sold into slavery in the mid-18th century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:30 pm In Rehearsal: A Seamstress of the Gilded Age

Exploring “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the Gilded Age, an Irish-immigrant seamstress working in a Louisville dress shop sheds some light on working conditions and fashion at the turn of the twentieth century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

12:00 pm A Seamstress of the Gilded Age

Exploring “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the Gilded Age, an Irish-immigrant seamstress working in a Louisville dress shop sheds some light on working conditions and fashion at the turn of the twentieth century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:00 pm Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

2:00 pm Big Nose Kate

The story of Kate Elder, mistress of the infamous Doc Holliday, and one of the few who witnessed the gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:45 pm Mary Miller

The story of the Louisville woman who became the first licensed female steamboat master in the United States.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:15 pm Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

4:00 pm John Floyd, Kentucky Surveyor

The year 1781 was a turbulent and dangerous time for settlers in Kentucky. Colonel Floyd tells of the difficulties and dangers that existed in what is now Jefferson County.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

11:30 am Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

12:30 pm Dolley Madison

One of the most dynamic First Ladies in American History recounts the attack on Washington by British troops during the war of 1812.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Elizabethan Swordmaster

Our Interpreters demonstrate sword and buckler, rapier and dagger techniques taken directly from 16th century manuals.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Rifleman Harris: 95th Rifles

In his own words, this is the story of a soldier in an elite unit of the British Army during the Peninsula Wars against the French Army of Napoleon I.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:15 pm Olaudah Equiano

The first ex-slave to publish his memoirs describes his trials and travails as a ten-year-old boy sold into slavery in the mid-18th century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:00 pm Little Bighorn: 1876

Sergeant Windolph’s account of the battle of “Greasy Grass,” which came to be known as “Custer’s Last Stand.”

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:45 pm Juliette Gordon Low

The story of the Savannah woman who founded the Girl Scouts of America.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:30 pm Arming the Samurai

An Historic Interpreter demonstrates how a samurai of the Edo period (1603-1868) would have armed himself.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on cowboy objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

11:30 am The Buffalo Soldier: Cuba, 1898

A buffalo soldier tells of the taking of San Juan Hill in Cuba during the Spanish-American War, and the role played by black soldiers.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:15 pm A Seamstress of the Gilded Age

Exploring “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the Gilded Age, an Irish-immigrant seamstress working in a Louisville dress shop sheds some light on working conditions and fashion at the turn of the twentieth century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:15 pm Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Free Frank

Former slave Frank McWhorter talks about coming to Kentucky in the 1790s, his establishment of a saltpetre business, and his efforts to free himself and his family from slavery.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:30 pm Long Meg of Westminster

The exciting exploits of the 16th century English folk heroine.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

11:30 am Rifleman Harris: 95th Rifles

In his own words, this is the story of a soldier in an elite unit of the British Army during the Peninsula Wars against the French Army of Napoleon I.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:30 pm Big Nose Kate

The story of Kate Elder, mistress of the infamous Doc Holliday, and one of the few who witnessed the gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:15 pm Colonel Robert Gould Shaw

This story is taken from the letters of the young man who led the first combat regiment of African-American soldiers, the 54th Massachusetts, during the American Civil War.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:30 pm The Buffalo Soldier: Cuba, 1898

A buffalo soldier tells of the taking of San Juan Hill in Cuba during the Spanish-American War, and the role played by black soldiers.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Oregon Trail: 1848

A pioneer woman heading west tells the story of what it was like to cross American in a covered wagon.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:15 pm Olaudah Equiano

The first ex-slave to publish his memoirs describes his trials and travails as a ten-year-old boy sold into slavery in the mid-18th century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

4:30 pm Elizabethan Swordmaster

Our Interpreters demonstrate sword and buckler, rapier and dagger techniques taken directly from 16th century manuals.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Agincourt Archer

An archer in the army of Henry V of England gives his perspective of the campaign that led to the battle of Agincourt in France during the Hundred Years War.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:30 pm A Seamstress of the Gilded Age

Exploring “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the Gilded Age, an Irish-immigrant seamstress working in a Louisville dress shop sheds some light on working conditions and fashion at the turn of the twentieth century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

3:30 pm Elizabethan Swordmaster

Our Interpreters demonstrate sword and buckler, rapier and dagger techniques taken directly from 16th century manuals.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:45 pm Free Frank

Former slave Frank McWhorter talks about coming to Kentucky in the 1790s, his establishment of a saltpetre business, and his efforts to free himself and his family from slavery.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:30 pm Sybil Ludington

The story of the 16-year-old girl whose midnight ride rivaled Paul Revere’s.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

3:45 pm Berengaria

The only queen of England never to set foot there describes her marriage to Richard I, “the Lionheart,” and her honeymoon during the 3rd Crusade.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:00 pm Storytelling: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

An interactive adaptation of Washington Irving’s famous tale of New England schoolmaster Ichabod Crane and his encounter with the ghostly Headless Horseman.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:00 pm Mary Warren: An Afflicted Girl

From her prison cell, Mary Warren, one of the girls whose accusations led to the Salem Witch Trials, expresses her regret and fear over her role in one of the most terrifying and tragic periods in American colonial history.*****

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:45 pm Elizabethan Swordmaster

Our Interpreters demonstrate sword and buckler, rapier and dagger techniques taken directly from 16th century manuals.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Storytelling: Viking Legends

One of our Historic Interpreters leads you through Viking tales of gods and monsters from Norse mythology.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:00 pm The Execution of Anne Boleyn

Taken from contemporary accounts, a lady-in-waiting to Henry VIII’s second wife and queen, Anne Boleyn, describes the first execution of a member of England’s royal family.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:15 pm Juliette Gordon Low

The story of the Savannah woman who founded the Girl Scouts of America.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

4:00 pm The Geste of Robin Hood

Using an original ballad, a 14th century yeoman tells the story of this legendary outlaw.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

11:30 am Annie Oakley

In her own words, the life and times of the world’s most famous female sharpshooter.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:30 pm Free Frank

Former slave Frank McWhorter talks about coming to Kentucky in the 1790s, his establishment of a saltpetre business, and his efforts to free himself and his family from slavery.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

1:30 pm In Rehearsal: Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

11:00 am Long Meg of Westminster

The exciting exploits of the 16th century English folk heroine.

Location
Great Hall Stage

12:00 pm Free Frank

Former slave Frank McWhorter talks about coming to Kentucky in the 1790s, his establishment of a saltpetre business, and his efforts to free himself and his family from slavery.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:00 pm CSS Alabama vs USS Kearsarge

During the American Civil War, these two ships battled each other off the coast of Cherbourg, France. An amazing story of Captain Raphael Semmes, who commanded the confederate raider Alabama.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:00 pm Mary Warren: An Afflicted Girl

From her prison cell, Mary Warren, one of the girls whose accusations led to the Salem Witch Trials, expresses her regret and fear over her role in one of the most terrifying and tragic periods in American colonial history.*****

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

3:30 pm Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler, using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

11:30 am A Seamstress of the Gilded Age

Exploring “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the Gilded Age, an Irish-immigrant seamstress working in a Louisville dress shop sheds some light on working conditions and fashion at the turn of the twentieth century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:30 pm Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:30 pm Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:30 pm Olaudah Equiano

The first ex-slave to publish his memoirs describes his trials and travails as a ten-year-old boy sold into slavery in the mid-18th century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

3:30 pm Oregon Trail: 1848

A pioneer woman heading west tells the story of what it was like to cross America in a covered wagon.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

10:15 am A Seamstress of the Gilded Age

Exploring “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the Gilded Age, an Irish-immigrant seamstress working in a Louisville dress shop sheds some light on working conditions and fashion at the turn of the twentieth century.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:30 pm Rifleman Harris: 95th Rifles

In his own words, this is the story of a soldier in an elite unit of the British Army during the Peninsula Wars against the French Army of Napoleon I.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:15 pm Big Nose Kate

The story of Kate Elder, mistress of the infamous Doc Holliday, and one of the few who witnessed the gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

2:00 pm Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

2:45 pm Berengaria

The only queen of England never to set foot there describes her marriage to Richard I, “the Lionheart,” and her honeymoon during the 3rd Crusade.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

1:30 pm Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Arming the Samurai

An Historic Interpreter demonstrates how a samurai of the Edo period (1603-1868) would have armed himself.

Location
Great Hall Stage

3:30 pm CSS Alabama vs USS Kearsarge

During the American Civil War, these two ships battled each other off the coast of Cherbourg, France. An amazing story of Captain Raphael Semmes, who commanded the confederate raider Alabama.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

11:45 am Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

12:45 pm Kentucky Wheelmen

We are honored to welcome The Wheelmen, members of a national organization dedicated to keeping alive the heritage of American cycling by promoting the restoration and riding of bicycles built prior to 1918. Mark Twain was so in awe of the daredevil riders of his day that he famously quipped, ‘Get a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live.’ Come watch as The Wheelmen demonstrate lost skills and tell old, forgotten stories about the golden era of cycling.

Location
Great Hall

1:30 pm Hands-On History: The Game of Faro

Join one of our Historic Interpreters for this Gilded Age game of chance. Faro was considered the most popular gambling game in 1882, and it continued to be played until around 1915. Come take your chances, no money will be lost but there is plenty of fun to win!

Location
Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous Exhibit: 3rd Floor North Gallery

2:15 pm Mary Miller

The story of the Louisville woman who became the first licensed female steamboat master in the United States.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:00 pm Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

12:45 pm Mary Miller

The story of the Louisville woman who became the first licensed female steamboat master in the United States.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:30 pm Arming the Samurai

An Historic Interpreter demonstrates how a samurai of the Edo period (1603-1868) would have armed himself.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

12:15 pm The Buffalo Soldier: Cuba, 1898

A buffalo soldier tells of the taking of San Juan Hill in Cuba during the Spanish-American War, and the role played by black soldiers.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:15 pm Annie Oakley

In her own words, the life and times of the world’s most famous female sharpshooter.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Arming the Samurai

An Historic Interpreter demonstrates how a samurai of the Edo period (1603-1868) would have armed himself.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:30 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

12:30 pm Molly Pitcher

The heroine of the Battle of Monmouth during the American Revolution wasn’t as lady-like as you might think.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:30 pm Olaudah Equiano

The first ex-slave to publish his memoirs describes his trials and travails as a ten-year-old boy sold into slavery in the mid-18th century.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Colonel Robert Gould Shaw

This story is taken from the letters of the young man who led the first combat regiment of African-American soldiers, the 54th Massachusetts, during the American Civil War.

Location
Great Hall Stage

3:15 pm Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

12:30 pm John Floyd, Kentucky Surveyor

The year 1781 was a turbulent and dangerous time for settlers in Kentucky. Colonel Floyd tells of the difficulties and dangers that existed in what is now Jefferson County.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:30 pm Free Frank

Former slave Frank McWhorter talks about coming to Kentucky in the 1790s, his establishment of a saltpetre business, and his efforts to free himself and his family from slavery.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:15 pm Mary Warren: An Afflicted Girl

From her prison cell, Mary Warren, one of the girls whose accusations led to the Salem Witch Trials, expresses her regret and fear over her role in one of the most terrifying and tragic periods in American colonial history.*****

Location
Great Hall Stage

3:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

11:15 am Oregon Trail: 1848

A pioneer woman heading west tells the story of what it was like to cross America in a covered wagon.

Location
Great Hall Stage

12:30 pm A Seamstress of the Gilded Age

Exploring “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the Gilded Age, an Irish-immigrant seamstress working in a Louisville dress shop sheds some light on working conditions and fashion at the turn of the twentieth century.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:30 pm Juliette Gordon Low

The story of the Savannah woman who founded the Girl Scouts of America.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Arming the Samurai

An Historic Interpreter demonstrates how a samurai of the Edo period (1603-1868) would have armed himself.

Location
Great Hall Stage

3:30 pm Josephine Bonaparte

Two weeks before Napoleon’s coronation as Emperor of France, his wife Josephine tells of her experiences with her first husband, the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror, and courtship and marriage with the young general from Corsica.

Location
Great Hall Stage

7:30 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

11:30 am Free Frank

Former slave Frank McWhorter talks about coming to Kentucky in the 1790s, his establishment of a saltpetre business, and his efforts to free himself and his family from slavery.

Location
Great Hall Stage

12:30 pm Annie Oakley

In her own words, the life and times of the world’s most famous female sharpshooter.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:30 pm The Buffalo Soldier: Cuba, 1898

A buffalo soldier tells of the taking of San Juan Hill in Cuba during the Spanish-American War, and the role played by black soldiers.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Mary Warren: An Afflicted Girl

From her prison cell, Mary Warren, one of the girls whose accusations led to the Salem Witch Trials, expresses her regret and fear over her role in one of the most terrifying and tragic periods in American colonial history.*****

Location
Great Hall Stage

3:30 pm Wilhelm Tell

An account of the medieval Swiss farmer and hunter who became a national hero.

Location
Great Hall Stage

7:30 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

11:30 am Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

12:30 pm Mary Miller

The story of the Louisville woman who became the first licensed female steamboat master in the United States.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:30 pm Arming the Knight

One of our knights is armed in 15th century-style plate armor.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Medieval Sword and Buckler

Our Interpreters demonstrate techniques with one-handed sword and buckler using the 13th century German fight manual known as the I.33.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

3:15 pm Colonel Robert Gould Shaw

This story is taken from the letters of the young man who led the first combat regiment of African-American soldiers, the 54th Massachusetts, during the American Civil War.

Location
Great Hall Stage

4:00 pm Trafalgar

An English Tar tells of the action of one of the greatest naval battles in history.

Location
Great Hall Stage

7:30 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

1:00 pm Dolley Madison

One of the most dynamic First Ladies in American history recounts the attack on Washington by British troops during the War of 1812.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
3rd Floor Landing

2:30 pm Little Bighorn: 1876

Sergeant Windolph’s account of the battle of “Greasy Grass,” which came to be known as “Custer’s Last Stand.”

Location
Great Hall Stage

3:30 pm The Geste of Robin Hood

Using an original ballad, a 14th century yeoman tells the story of this legendary outlaw.

Location
Great Hall Stage

7:30 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

12:30 pm Day in the Life: The Frontier Woman

A pioneer woman describes life on the “western” frontier in Kentucky during the 1780’s. An interactive presentation geared toward children up to age twelve.

Location
Great Hall Stage

1:00 pm Hands-On History

Visit with a staff member as we share some of our favorite hands-on cowboy objects, each with a great story to tell.

Location
2nd Floor Landing

1:30 pm Holt Collier

The story of an ex-slave whose life as a hunter and guide in the Mississippi Delta eventually found him leading President Theodore Roosevelt on what became known as the “Teddy Bear Hunt” in 1902.

Location
Great Hall Stage

2:15 pm Berengaria

The only queen of England never to set foot there describes her marriage to Richard I, “the Lionheart,” and her honeymoon during the 3rd Crusade.

Location
Great Hall Stage

3:00 pm Arming the Samurai

An Historic Interpreter demonstrates how a samurai of the Edo period (1603-1868) would have armed himself.

Location
Great Hall Stage

7:30 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

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7:30 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

7:30 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

8:00 pm An Evening with Poe

Back by popular demand – the Frazier Museum’s Teaching Artists present “An Evening With Poe.” Join us for a night of chilling tales including The Conqueror Worm, Alone, The Raven, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ulalume, The Cask of Amontillado, The Bells, and Loss of Breath set to a period inspired score performed by the Tamerlane Trio.

Doors open one hour prior to start time and lasts approximately two hours. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. Purchase tickets here.

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