Local museums around our Louisville apartments have made it easy for everyone to access their exhibitions virtually. Interactive virtual tours allow every resident of the Axis on Lexington to explore these attractions. Check out these three local museums today.
Frazier History Museum
The Frazier History Museum provides visitors with an unforgettable journey through history. While the museum building is currently closed, you can still check out the museum and all the interactive exhibits they have to offer through their virtual museum. Head on over to their website today to view their full schedule of virtual events. As part of “What is a Vote Worth? Suffrage Then and Now,” The Frazier, in collaboration with the Filson Historical Society will present a Zoom simulcast with Angela Dodson, author of Remember the Ladies, Celebrating Those Who Fought for Freedom at the Ballot Box.
Kentucky Derby Museum
Another museum to check out is the Kentucky Derby Museum. While the museum is currently closed to visitors, you can still take a virtual tour of the historic Churchill Downs. Be sure to check out their virtual museum for educational activities you can enjoy from home.
Louisville Slugger Museum
If you love baseball or sports history, the Louisville Slugger Museum is for you. While the museum building is not currently open to the public, you can still learn more about the historic factory where world-famous Louisville Slugger bats are made through the museum’s virtual tours.
The virtual tours put on by these three local Louisville museums allow you to bring the rich history of the city into your own living room. If you’re looking for a new home and are interested in becoming a resident of Axis on Lexington, check out our blog to learn more about our community and apartment options. Feel free to contact us today with any questions you might have!Back to all posts