National Scouting Museum

The National Scouting Museum is the official museum of the Boy Scouts of America. Chronicling over 100 years of Scouting history, the museum has over 600,000 individual items and artifacts, ranging from original Norman Rockwell oil paintings and the papers of Scouting founder Lord Robert Baden-Powell to the first Eagle Scout medal ever awarded.

This state of the art, award-winning museum features fun for the whole family with interactive hands-on exhibitions, videos, outdoor adventure, an indoor cave, canoes, a laser shooting gallery and much more. Also available are Merit Badge classes and Webelos Workshops. See our website for schedules.

Address
1329 W. Walnut Hill Ln.
Irving TX, 75038

Website
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Phone
800-303-3047

Hours
Free admission every Sunday (1:00PM-5:00PM) and Monday (10:00AM-7:00PM). Tuesday-Saturday (10:00AM-5:00PM) admission is $8.00 adult, $5.00 Scouts and their families.