Frazier History Museum Louisville Kentucky
The Frazier History Museum is housed in the Doerhoefer building on Main Street in Louisville, Kentucky.
It was commissioned by a tobacco baron named John Doerhoefer in 1897 and established in 1898.
Although the building has been around for over a century, Frazier History Museum didn’t open until 2004.
The Frazier History Museum was founded by Owsley Brown Frazier, a local philanthropist.
The history museum’s original name was The Frazier Historical Arms Museum but shortly after opening, the focus was expanded to topics of the United States and World History.
The Frazier History Museum is home to one of the largest collection of historical miniatures and toy soldiers on permeant public display in the world.
We had the honor to do Leanne and Rocky’s wedding photography at the Frazier History Museum and it was a true vision.
Leanne and Rocky’s love is what we all hope to find in our lifetimes.
From the personalized Chuck’s to the stunning sunset, we couldn’t have asked for a better day with better people.
We, at Green Apple Photography, wish Leanne and Rocky decades of love, belly laughs and good bourbon.