Frazier History Museum

Location Louisville, Kentucky
Architect Studio A Architecture and WEBER GROUP, INC.
Glazier KY Mirror (Contract Glazier) // Cardinal Glass (Glass Manufacturer)

Since 2004, the Frazier History Museum in Louisville has educated patrons about world, U.S. and Kentucky history through its three floors of exhibits featuring artifacts from around the globe, including one of the largest collections of toy soldiers and historical miniatures, Teddy Roosevelt’s “Big Stick,” Geronimo’s bow and arrows, and a first edition copy of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. As the official starting point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail®, the museum houses the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® Welcome Center, offering a professional concierge service to help visitors plan their statewide distillery tours. Surrounding the museum building are more than 140 linear feet of Trex Commercial Products’ railing. Point Rail and Track Rail with clear glass panels line the courtyard staircase and exterior roof garden, delivering a modern aesthetic and unobstructed views. Not included in the original design plans, LED handrails were custom-designed and incorporated midway through the project to illuminate the complex glass staircase system to enhance safety and ambience.