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National Scouting Museum

The National Scouting Museum is located at 1329 West Walnut Hill Lane in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area in Irving offers a great deal to see and do. There are 13 interactive activity areas that include a pinewood derby race track, a knot tying post, a virtual helicopter fly-over, an animal track identification center and more.

The National Scouting Museum originally opened in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and then moved to the grounds of Murray State University in western Kentucky, where it remained for 15 seasons. In 2002, the Boy Scouts of America moved the National Scouting Museum to Irving from its old home in western Kentucky. The new 50,000 square foot facilities bring state-of-the-art technology together with age-old scouting heritage to pass along knowledge of scouting to future generations.

For admission prices, hours of operation, and directions to the National Scouting Museum, visit http://www.bsamuseum.org, or call 1.800.303.3047. Tours of the museum are open to the general public, Scouting units, and school groups. The National Scouting Museum is guaranteed to provide an enjoyable experience for children of all ages.