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From Enslaved to Empowered: Kentucky’s African American Experience through Bourbon

Downtown

829 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202

Phone: (502) 753-5663
Fax: (502) 412-8148

From Enslaved to Empowered: Kentucky’s African American Experience through Bourbon

Overview

As the Official Starting Point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail™, the Frazier History Museum is developing a unique and immersive cultural experience that will inform and entertain patrons by navigating the unheard stories of African Americans who have made one of the State’s greatest products, Bourbon, into America’s Native Spirit. Told from multiple points of view, From Enslaved to Empowered will take you on a journey from right after World War II to the present, giving visitors idea of what it took for African Americans to come out of the shadows of the history of Bourbon and into today’s headlines.

Amenities

Amenities

  • Autism Friendly

Meeting Space

Meeting Spaces

1st Floor Great Hall

Area: 4,600 sq. ft.

4th Floor Loft

Area: 10,000 sq. ft.

Boardroom

Rooftop Garden

Area: 3,600 sq. ft.