Scout Week

Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Scouts BSA, and beyond have their own week at The National WWII Museum, with free admission to every Scout in uniform and reduced cost for family members. On these days, Scouts can tour our exhibits and galleries and enjoy a variety of exciting virtual activities designed just for them.

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Scout Days

All levels of Scouts along with their families are invited to join us for The National WWII Museum’s annual Scout Week. This program is designed for Scouts to tour the Museum’s exhibits, explore the history and lessons of World War II, and participate in activities just for them. Special pricing on our Museum Campus Pass will be offered to Scouts and their families all week long!

Pre-register for Scout Week here, and be sure to check out the virtual Badge Workshops that we are offering this year! Remember, always check in with your parent, guardian, or Troop Leader before getting started. For Scouts visiting us in person at the museum, we will have a special National WWII Museum fun patch available for free to each Scout! Please check at the Guest Services desk to pick up your patch. Supplies are limited to one patch per Scout.

Airing January 22: Virtual Workshop – Aviation Badge
Airing January 26: Virtual Workshop – Cooking on Rations
Airing January 29: Virtual Workshop – Automotive Design & Maintenance

For additional activities that you can do with your Scouts, download our 2021 Activity Guide!

Download 2021 Activity Guide

Contact Melissa Tran at youthprograms@nationalww2museum.org with any questions.

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Scout Week Kickoff with the Pontchartrain Conservancy

The National WWII Museum is partnering with the Pontchartrain Conservancy for Scout Week 2021. Tune in for a live broadcast of the educator-led session, Ecosystems of the Pontchartrain Basin

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Scout Week 2022

01/22/2022 - 01/30/2022 | 12:00 AM

All levels of Scouts along with their families are invited to join us for The National WWII Museum’s annual Scout Week. This program is designed for Scouts to tour the Museum’s exhibits, explore the history and lessons of World War II, and participate in virtual activities just for them.