Scouting and Guiding Museums
   
United States - Ohio
   
Name Camp Miakonda Scouting Museum
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Description It is the only museum in the world that has one of the three Type I Hornaday medals on display. The other two are in a private collection. the collection also features Tribe of Gimogash, Philmont, Jamborees, Aoo BSA Programs, BSA awards, and uniforms along with handbooks, hand-carved neckerchief slides, and Boys' Life and Scouting magazine collections. Miakonda is the oldest Scout camp in Ohio and the 6th oldest in the country. It also has its own historical trail within the camp that traces it's considerable history as well as it's own historical marker.

If you are visiting in the Toledo area, this is a must see museum of the highest quality. It is open only by appointment on Saturdays.
 
Address 5600 Sylvania Avenue
 
 
City Toledo
State/Province Ohio
Zip/Postal 43623
Country USA
Contact David L. Eby
Phone 734-242-3447 or 800-241-7293
Email daveeby@yahoo.com
Fees Admission is free
Hours Sat 10 AM - 4 PM or by appointment
Website http://www.toledobsa.com/museum.asp
   
Name Frank L. Grubbs Boy Scout Museum
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Description  
Address 64 High Street
 
 
City Glouster
State/Province Ohio
Zip/Postal  
Country USA
Contact  
Phone 740-767-3138
Email  
Fees Admission is free
Hours Weds: 1 PM - 5 PM; Sats: 9 AM - 2 PM; and by appointment
Website  
   
Name Nathan L. Dauby Scout Museum
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Description Cleveland area Scouting is featured in exhibits - also a broad assortment of general Boy Scout memorabilia
Address Greater Cleveland Council Scout Center
East 22nd Street at Woodlawn
 
City Cleveland
State/Province Ohio
Zip/Postal 44115
Country USA
Contact Randy Fuerst
Phone 216-861-6060
Email rfuerst@bsamail.org
Fees Admission is free
Hours M-F: 8:30 AM - 6 PM and Sat: 10 AM - 2 PM
Website http://www.gccbsa.org 
   
Name W. C. Moorhead Museum
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Description The W. C. Moorhead Museum at Camp Tuscazoar collects and exhibits photographs, books, uniforms, artifacts and other objects depicting the history of Camp Tuscazoar and area scouting.

Camp Tuscazoar's development was closely linked to the growth of scouting in this region. Since the camp was founded in 1920, thousands of campers have trod the paths, climbed its hills, explored its valleys and slept beneath its tall timbers. Camp Tuscazoar is the birthplace of the Pipestone Camp Honors Program and includes the only remaining Zoarite iron mine.

 
Address Camp Tuscazoar
6066 Boy Scout Road NE
 
City Dover
State/Province Ohio
Zip/Postal  
Country USA
Contact  
Phone 330-859-2288
Email Donations
Fees Admission is free
Hours  
Website http://www.tuscazoar.org/museumpage.htm 
   
           

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