Learn & Play
Ulysses S. Grant
Ulysses S. Grant smoked at least 20 cigars a day and, after a brilliant war victory, a nation of well wishers sent him more than 10,000 cigars. He later died of throat cancer.
We are constantly developing new and exciting ways to bring history to life through performances, special events, lectures, family activities, educational programs and more.
You’ll find there’s really no difference between learning and playing at the Frazier Museum – you’re doing both!
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Through our “Bridge to History” project we are able to offer free guided programs to Title One schools in select counties in Kentucky and Indiana. Funding for this project is generously provided by the following donors: