WELCOME TO THE LAWRENCE L. LEE SCOUTING MUSEUM
Home to one of the finest displays of Scouting history in the world. Located at Camp Carpenter (300 Blondin Road) in Manchester, NH, the museum was founded in 1969 and is owned and operated by the Daniel Webster Council, Boy Scouts of America.
The Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum and Max I. Silber Scouting Library represents an exciting, unique, and colorful repository for an exceedingly large collection of Scouting memorabilia and an exceptional Scouting Library. Artifacts relating to Scouting in New Hampshire, New England, the United States, and the World are on display for all ages to come and enjoy. We hope you will come and visit us!
The mission of the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum and Max I. Silber Scouting Library is to preserve Scouting’s heritage and inspire youth about Scouting traditions and values through an interactive and educational structure. The Museum will collect, preserve, and display Scouting artifacts and publications; conduct research; provide educational materials and events; and educate, enrich, and inspire youth and the general public with the ideals represented by the Scouting Movement.
To book a visit, tour, or merit badge class, or to place an order for merchandise,
please visit www.scoutingmuseum.org and use the on-line contact and schedule forms.
August through June
10 am to 4 pm
Wednesdays and (most) Saturdays*
*(except Holiday weekends)
subject to volunteer availability
MUSEUM DIRECT LINE
(Leave a voice mail if there is no live answer)