Learn & Play

Sword fighting2

History Comes to Life!

Every day at the Frazier, see live historical performances of all kinds-- various true stories from over 1,000 years of history & demonstrations of sword fighting techniques from a number of time periods.

For Families & Kids

Sure, children are the future – but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a blast learning about the past!

The Frazier Museum offers a variety of exhibits, gallery experiences, events and programs designed to help families have fun and experience history together.

We even have special programming just for kids. Each month, on the second Saturday of the month, the Frazier Museum presents an event exploring a different theme. These events, called SECOND SATURDAYS, are designed for children who love learning about true stories from other times and other cultures.

For more information about family-friendly happenings in our area, click here.

For information about camps at the Frazier Museum, click here.

 

19 Responses to “For Families & Kids”

  1. Karen says:

    Is registration necessary to attend the 1st Friday homeschool classes?

  2. admin says:

    Hi Karen,

    Yes, we do asked for advanced registration for our 1st Friday homeschool days. You can find more information about registering here – http://www.fraziermuseum.org/learn-play/homeschool-programs/first-fridays/

    If you have more questions, please feel free to call (502) 753-5663 and our Admissions staff will gladly assist you.

  3. Isaac Dunlap says:

    I would like to join the club. This is my Mom’s email cuase seh wants to see the stuff too. Isaac

  4. Daryl Siefkes says:

    Nice topic brother!

  5. Shawn says:

    Will the Kids Club be open during museum hours on Saturday, Sept. 24th

  6. admin says:

    Hi Shawn,

    The special events for Kids Club members takes place the Second Saturday of each month. Unfortunately, there isn’t a Kids Club event planned for September 24. Our next Second Saturday is October 8. You can find more information here.

  7. Jaime says:

    I have a three year old who is pretty advanced (I know every parent says that). Does the museum offer any activities for her age group?

  8. admin says:

    Hi there! Most of our museum programs and activities are best suited for children ages 4 or 5 and up. Though our exhibits and programs become more kid-friendly all the time, our focus is for kindergarten and higher. So, it would be unusual for a toddler to be adequately engaged by most of our exhibits and programs.

  9. Mike M. says:

    This looks great. I will have to bring my daughter (in 2nd grade) to the next kids clubs event.

  10. Liam says:

    My daughter and son would love this but it is not in my area. Gonna look to see if there is something in my area and refine my search ;)

  11. ecole montessori says:

    this is an absolutely great idea in a world where playstation and wii for kids (and adults) means more than culture and intelligence ! All museums should offer that kind of activities !! thanks

  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKgDSpohCYA says:

    I am only a director for a brand-new elementary school situated in paris …thank you for this helpful material.

  13. admin says:

    Hey Erica,
    Can you email me at aschaffner@fraziermuseum.org? Send me a link to your blog. Thanks!

  14. Wow, marvelous weblog format! How long have you been running a blog for? you make blogging look easy. The whole look of your website is excellent, let alone the content material!

  15. Ms. Rice says:

    Where is the registration form for the Kids Club? Where do you register your child?

    Thank you.

    Ms. Rice

  16. Frazier Museum says:

    Hi Ms. Rice. Changes are coming to re-vamp the Kids Club program, so we removed the form until the new program can be rolled out. Stay tuned!

  17. Em says:

    Has the Kid’s Club been revamped yet?

  18. Frazier Museum says:

    The Kids Club continues to hold enjoyable and educational activities for children. Group tours and field trip opportunities continue to be present and popular. To obtain information on these tours, please feel free to contact the Education Department by calling the museum. They are also offering many different types of summer camps in the coming months, for all ages. For up-to-date information about what the Education Department has planned for children this summer, please visit our website.

  19. Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed surfing around your weblog posts. In any case I will be subscribing on your feed and I hope you write once more very soon!

Leave a Reply