HammerStone Scout Museum
When you enter the Museum you go back almost one hundred years to the very roots and foundations of the Scouting movement. It is our firm belief that you cannot fully appreciate the Scouting program today without some understanding of the direction from which we came. Here in the Museum you can gain a bit of that direction by seeing how and why so many dedicated people have given their lives to Scouting.
To walk through the halls of the Museum, is to follow the footsteps of Lord Baden Powell, James West, Ernest Thompson Seton, Norman Rockwell, William D. Boyce and other great Scouters who joined together almost one hundred years ago to start the greatest youth organization in the world. Here you will be visiting an exciting chapter in America's past - one of the most extensive scout history Museums in the country.
Throughout the year visitors can enjoy special presentations regarding many of the historical preservation projects taking place in the museum. The museum presents one of the finest regional collections of memorabilia in the country. Obscure Boy Scout patches showcase a vintage collection of badges, especially Order of the Arrow and Summer Camp programs, many of which are changing daily as new items are acquired.
Open to the public by appointment ONLY