alicenter.org
“Fifty Percent-Off February” And Other Museum Row Discounts Offered Exclusively for Kentucky and Indiana Residents - Muhammad Ali Center | Be Great :: Do Great Things
The Frazier History Museum, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Muhammad Ali Center, and Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company—all partners in downtown Louisville’s Museum Row on Main (MROM) — are teaming up to offer Fifty Percent-off adult admissions during the month of February. Fifty Percent-Off February, a Museum Row promotion that encourages local residents to explore attractions close to home at a time when the long winter is just about over, but the temperatures tend to keep folks indoors. To take advantage of the offer, guests must mention Fifty Percent-Off February and show proof of residency in Kentucky or Indiana (such as a driver’s license or alternate I.D.) while purchasing admission tickets. Others in the party will also receive the half price admission rate—a substantial savings over the $14 – $20 regular prices. The offer cannot be combined with other discounts and does not apply to special tours or events. In addition to the 50% off rate at the Frazier History Museum, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factor, Muhammad Ali Center, and Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company, other Museum Row partners will be offering discounts or special deals throughout the February 1-29 time period. A full list of discounts and deals for Museum Row’s Fifty Percent-Off February is listed below. Fifty Percent-Off Deals At the Frazier History Museum, visitors can take in a variety of performances and exhibitions, including Celebrating the Sounds of Kentucky, Sep. 2019 – Sep. 2020, a temporary exhibit on Kentucky music featuring artifacts from Jim James, Loretta Lynn, and other artists from the Commonwealth; The Lewis & Clark Experience, a one-of-a-kind, semi-permanent exhibit that recreates Lewis & Clark’s famous 1804 trek across what is now the northwestern United States; and The Spirit of Kentucky®, a sprawling permanent exhibit that explores the history, craft, and culture of Kentucky Bourbon. The Frazier History Museum, Where the World Meets Kentucky! At the Muhammad Ali Center, experience the Center’s 2-1/2 levels of award-winning exhibits, showcasing the legacy of Muhammad Ali—as a hometown hero, 3-time heavyweight champion; global humanitarian; and cultural icon. A perfect stop to celebrate Black History Month. The legendary television host Dick Cavett and filmmaker Robert Bader, will be at the Center on Saturday, February 8th to screen “Ali & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes,” which will air on HBO on February 11th. Suggested donation of $15; $30 for film screening and film poster autographed by Mr. Cavett. Doors open at 1:15pm. On display through April 19, is a new temporary exhibit by Imar Hutchins, entitled Inheritance, which features mixed media portraitures of significant individuals through time. Public programming accompanies the exhibit on February 7th with Mr. Hutchins; and on February 28th with University of Kentucky President Dr.Eli Capilouto, along with the artist. On February 1st, a film called Paul Laurence Dunbar: Beyond the Mask will be screened at 6:00pm and is free and open to the public. Doors open at 5:30. To register and reserve your seat for all of the above events, click on ‘calendar’ at alicenter.org. Fifty-percent off adult admission throughout the month. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is offering 50% …