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‘Inside Louisville’ talks with Andy Treinen of the Frazier History Museum


‘Inside Louisville’ talks with Andy Treinen of the Frazier History Museum

For Release: 09/18/23 1:02 PM

On this episode of Inside Louisville, we take a deep dive into the history of the Frazier History Museum on Louisville’s historic Main Street. What started as a personal display of arms from the late Owsley Brown Frazier has evolved into a wider collection of historical items documenting “where the world meets Kentucky” and been designated the first stop on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.

Kelsey Starks sits down with CEO Andy Treinen, who takes us through the history of the museum, explaining how it’s evolved to include modern history, technology and Kentucky’s bourbon heritage.   

Inside Louisville 
KET Sunday, Sept. 24 • Noon/11 am
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Inside Louisville, hosted by Kelsey Starks, is a KET production that features conversations with Louisville’s biggest newsmakers and personalities, celebrating the people, places and traditions that make the River City such a vibrant and diverse community. The half-hour weekly program also features stories that explore Kentucky’s largest city, spotlighting its neighborhoods, nightlife and noteworthy attractions.

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